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All Out Blaze Sieve

C$ 105.00 Sale C$ 150.00 CAD C$ 150.00 InStock

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This water-shedding hiker attacks terrain. Its waxy leather upper is made for forging creeks. Efficiency comes from the Unifly™ midsole.
FEATURES
• Waterproof PU coated leather upper
• hook & loop closure strap closure for easy entry and precise fit
• Vibram® TC5+ outsole
• Hollowed lugs for lightness
• 3mm lug depth

Men’s Sizes: 7-15 Full Sizes Only
Men's Weight: 1lb 4oz/572g
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Vibram
Mile after mile, Vibram high-performance rubber soles take on tough terrain with unmatched durability, stability, and slip resistance.
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A shoe for all seasons Very well constructed and compact in fit and size make it a good choice. Easy to slip into the shoe given the stretchy heal section. Two issues: The stretchy back, while very comfortable, is a disadvantage when climbing in steep terrain - has a tendency to allow the foot to slip too far back in the shoe, and secondly, the insole is not as comfortable as I would expect - has an arch support but sometimes feels more like a "bump" than a comfortable support.

A shoe for all seasons

Jul 16, 2016
Very well constructed and compact in fit and size make it a good choice. Easy to slip into the shoe given the stretchy heal section. Two issues: The stretchy back, while very comfortable, is a disadvantage when climbing in steep terrain - has a tendency to allow the foot to slip too far back in the shoe, and secondly, the insole is not as comfortable as I would expect - has an arch support but sometimes feels more like a "bump" than a comfortable support.
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