Men's Hi-Tec® Berkeley Trail Shoes, Gray / Black / Yellow

Item # WBCL2-234184

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  • Fashion-forward low design with deep-lug rubber outsole for tenacious traction, no matter how tricky the trail.
  • Synthetic leather / mesh uppers
  • Wicking mesh lining
  • Anti-abrasion TPU toe caps
  • Removable, ventilated insole
  • EVA midsole soaks up shocks
  • TPU shank stability. Each approx. 13 ozs.
  • Medium width

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Customer Reviews

3 stars
(9) 1-6 of 12 Reviews
  1. 3 stars
    These were out of stock in my size however if any come in, I would still like to have them.
  2. 1 stars
    These shoes are not a true size. They run very small, should have read other customer comments first. Everyone says that they run small. Will be sending them back.
  3. 5 stars
    they are fine
  4. 4 stars
    Have not really gotten the chance to use the product. I have had good success with this brand in the past.
  5. 1 stars
    Not happy. I always wear a size 11, but I can barely get my foot into the Hi-Tec size 11. So I guess that I will have to pay to return it. It would be nice if, in the description, SG would state that these are running small, and to order a full size larger.
  6. 5 stars
    nice and light.
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