Women's Itasca® Bridgeport 4" Low Hikers, Periwinkle

Item # WX2-228044

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Details & Specs

Women's Itasca® Bridgeport Hiking Boots, your choice Mid or Low. The best in fast - moving comfort for the trail and beyond, made affordable!

Itasca® Hikers with all the good stuff adventure-hungry feet demand, and a low price tag you'll have a hard time believing once you slide 'em on:
  • Combo suede leather and mesh uppers, rugged yet lightweight
  • Comfort cushion insole pads each step
  • Long-wearing, hard-grabbing rubber outsole
  • Comfortable mesh lining.
  • Each approx. 4" h., 17 ozs.

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Customer Reviews

4 stars
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  1. 4 stars
    Nice shoes - had to purchase insoles as the ones included have no arch support. This is true of all Itasca shoes I have purchased. They are well-built and comfortable out of the box with the new insoles.
  2. 5 stars
    Well made. Lower price than same brand at local store
  3. 4 stars
    Need to offer in Wide sizes for the way these are sized.
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