Dunham Paradise Light Hiker Marion IA
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Dunham Paradise Light Hiker
Dunham Paradise Light Hiking Boots - Men's
The Dunham Paradise Light Hiker men’s hiking boots are made out of durable, full grain sealed waterproof leather. They have cushioning in the heels and both heel and forefeet for shock absorption. The rubber outsoles are designed to provide excellent multi-directional traction through maximum surface contact. The boots have extended toe boxes and rubbers to help protect the front of the feet. They also have lightweight compression molded midsoles for support and stability along with gusseted tongues.
The boots are available in various sizes.
- Upper - Full grain seam sealed waterproof leather
- Midsole - Internal EVA foam
- Outsole - Tru-Trak® rubber outsole
- Average weight per pair - 2 lbs. 4 oz.
- Tru-Trak soles for excellent multi-directional traction and durability
- Waterproofed leather and sealed internal seams to keep dry
- Abzorb® pods in heels and forefoot for shock absorption and underfoot cushioning
- Extended toe boxes and rubber bumpers help protect the front of the feet
- Comfortable, lightweight molded EVA midsoles for support and stability
- Gusseted tongues to keep sticks and stones out
- Pieced leather design protects the feet and respects anatomical shape of feet
- 360° fit design considers length, width and volume
- Metal speed lace system and double lock lace at the top.
- Nylon mesh lined and fiberglass shank
- Extended sizes are availabl...
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