Women's Propet Summit Walker Mid Hiking Boots

Item # WX2-282816

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Women's Propet Summit Walker Mid Hiking Boots. Comfort, support and long - lasting wear is in reach.

In topography, a summit is a point on a surface higher in elevation than all points immediately adjacent to it. In the world of Walking Boots, it's these Propet Summit Walker Mid Walking Boots. Every minute you have them on, you'll notice the difference between them and other boots you wore before them.

They're made for hiking, with suede and nylon mesh uppers that "break in" right away. And the padded collar and tongue hug your feet for optimum comfort while you trek the trails. Don't worry about falling... there's a "no tripping allowed" rubber outsole. Made by Propet, designing shoes that are "solely" for walking, they're engineered for your comfort and stability, and made to last.

You've made it:
  • Utility hiking boot with suede and nylon mesh uppers
  • Mesh-lined padded collar and tongue with side zipper for easy entry
  • Inside zip closure for easy entry
  • Lightweight, cushioned EVA midsole with ground-gripping rubber outsole
  • Each shoe weighs approx. 15 ozs.

State Color and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart. Start your journey to the Summit by ordering these ONLINE today!

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