Men's Nevados® Boomerang II Mid Hikers

Item # WX2-163090

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Nevados® Boomerang II Hikers - Hiking Boots Fast movers in Mid or Low!

Lively and affordable hiking boots, ready to go the distance! They're a great buy with all this:
  • Full-grain leather and mesh uppers make these hiking boots super durable and breathable
  • High-traction rubber outsole give your traction and confidence on any terrain
  • Thermoplastic rubber toe cap and heel counter for stability and protection
  • Removable EVA insole
  • Padded tongue and collar
  • Wicking mesh lining make these hiking shoes dry and cool
  • Front and rear pull-on loops to get you in and out of your hiking shoes fast.

State Width and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Order ONLINE Today!

!!! Limited Quantities !!!

Low Hikers - Hiking Boots

Each approx. 4 3/ 4 "h., 18 ozs.

Mid Hikers - Hiking Boots

Each approx. 5 1/ 2 "h., 20 ozs.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

5 stars
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  1. 3 stars
    Discontinued Manufacture Item. Not real Happy about that either. I have really depended on those hiker shoes too. Now What.??? I gave it a average rating Only because of the Manufacture Discontinued them.
  2. 5 stars
    Have not try them but if anything like Basque Mid Hiking Boots I will love them.
  3. 5 stars
    Good boots for the price.
  4. 5 stars
    Very comfotable on my wide feet. Great value for the money.
  5. Had a pair of these shoes and loved them,so I bought another.Good quality and a good price.Thanks.
  6. 5 stars
    They look like good quality for the reasonable price and are wide enough to fit which is always a problem with my extra wide feet.
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