Columbia Descender NM - Men's
Closed Mesh with Micro Suede and Webbing for Support and Stability
10.3 oz / 292 g (Size 9.5)
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While the Columbia Descender Shoe for men was intended as a walk-off climbing/bouldering shoe, the versatile features and support make it a popular multi-sport shoe both in and out of the backcountry. Whether you keep it in your ascent pack or wear it in the shopping mall, you'll appreciate the traction of the blended high-traction rubber and Omni-Grip sticky rubber throughout the sole. Columbia even added a rear carabineer loop in case you need to clip your Men's Descender Shoe to the outside of your climbing backpack.
- Altrec Outlet
The Techlite fit system and Omni-Grip rubber sole on this ultra lightweight shoe ensure that you stay comfortable, stable and agile during aerobic activities on all kinds of terrain. Sleek and streamlined, it transitions easily to the street for everyday wear. Technology: TECHLITELightweight Cushioning and Support, OMNI-GRIPHold Tight on Any Terrain, Construction: Techlite heel and tongue for support and comfort, Techlite lightweight cushioned midsole, Omni-Grip sticky rubber compound for maximum traction on rock and hard surfaces, Closed mesh upper, Internal TPU shank for torsional support, Omni-Grip sticky rubber compound for maximum traction on rock and hard surfaces, Weight: size 9, Â½ pair = 8.8 oz/249.48g, Imported, Fabric: UPPERClosed mesh, Techlite technology, TONGUETechlite technology, MIDSOLETechlite technology, OMNI-GRIP OUTSOLEHigh traction rubber,
The Columbia Men's Descender NM Shoes mix the sticky-rubber grip of climbing shoes with the comfort of sneakers. This means that, after a long multi-pitch route or a technical hike, you can hike back to the car with comfortable feet and without face-planting when the descent gets rocky.