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Vasque Breeze 2.0 hiking boots offer a lightweight, agile platform for fast-paced adventures over varying terrain.

- REI

A Vasque legacy in the making, the Breeze 2.0 keeps feet comfortable, no matter how rough it gets. Breathable, supportive, and sure-footed, this is the boot for pushing through life's toughest deserts, whether those be real or just your own invented trials.

- CampSaver.com

CLOSEOUTS . Hike like the windand#39;s at your back in Vasqueand#39;s Breeze 2.0 Gore-Texand#174; hiking boots. Waterproof breathable construction keeps feet dry in wet weather, and a Vibramand#174; Contact outsole offers outstanding grip in demanding terrain. Available Colors: BROWN/BLUE, RED/BLACK OLIVE. Sizes: 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11.

- Sierra Trading Post

Features of the Vasque Women's Breeze 2.0 Boot Reflective Piping Running shoe Technology incorporated Reconfigured to be lighter, tougher and more breathable than the original Made for lighter loads and a faster pace

- Moosejaw

Vasque changed the world of hiking footwear with its introduction of the Breeze boot in 2004, and it has continued to improve on the design ever since. Today, the Women's Breeze 2. 0 WP Hiking Boot uses a combination of design cues taken from the world of trail running and hiking. Waterproof construction keeps your foot dry, a supportive chassis offers stability in technical terrain, and lightweight materials make you feel fleet of foot without sacrificing anything in the way of quality. As an added bonus, the Arc Tempo last is ideal for people who crave agility and exercise a quick foot turnover on the trail. The medium-volume heel fits a wide range of foot shapes, there's plenty of vertical toe room, and there's ample support for a hiker with a high arch. Lace it up, slip on your light pack, and maintain a fast pace on the trail.

- Backcountry.com