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TrekSta Evolution GTX

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Manufacturer's Description refers to the men's version

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Here's what other sites are saying:

Treksta's popular Evolution becomes the ultimate four-season shoe with the addition of a Gore-Tex Extended Comfort waterproof/breathable membrane. From wet fall treks to slushy spring runs, the Men's Evolution GTX will elevate your outdoor experience.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

Innovative technology in the Treksta Evolution GTX means no more fear on icy mornings. Versatile design for city street walking, day hiking, and rugged trail running, GORE-TEX construction to beat back wet weather, all on top of the IceLock sole. IceLock is a patent pending technology that dramatically increases traction on ice Electrostatically aligned micro-glass filaments in the rubber compound create slip-stopping surface tension NestFIT system cradles your feet, accounting for every contour as it follows the natural flow and design of the foot Lightweight, variable density Zero Gravity EVA midsole TPU heel counter protects against shock and provides torsional support for your ankles Highly breathable synthetic upper keeps your feet cool and dries quickly GORE-TEX Footwear with XCR Product Technology is ideal for moderate and warmer conditions Great for higher activity levels (high-impact sports) and changing conditions, including when you travel

- OMCgear refers to the men's version

Built with a Gore-Tex membrane and an ultra-tacky IceLock HyperGrip outsole, the Treksta Evolution GTX Trail Running Shoe was built to devour messy trails during winter and shoulder-season months.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version