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    Danner Men's 3" Trail 2650 Campo Hiker Shoe

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    Slate/Red

    Slate/Red

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    Description

    Long before it reaches the snowy mountain passes of the Northwest, the Pacific Crest Trail begins in the Southern California desert. Inspired by the hot, dusty stretches of the PCT, the Trail 2650 Campo was designed for warm-weather hiking. It's built with a lightweight and breathable upper so it's as comfortable as your favorite pair of running shoes. Vibram Megagrip technology helps to keep your footing secure as you scramble over rocky terrain, and it's dust-gaiter compatible so you can move confidently through sand and sagebrush. Conquer the crags hike after hike in this excellent Campo hiking shoe.

  • Leather & Textile Upper: For a highly abrasion resistant upper, durable leather is combined with lightweight, abrasion-resistant textile panels
  • Mesh Lining: Lightweight and breathable for total foot comfort
  • Removable OrthoLite Footbed: Three layers of varying density are combined for maximum cushioning and support. The entire footbed is made of open-cell polyurethane for better heat dissipation and air circulation
  • Danner PlyoGo Midsole: Ultra-lightweight EVA provides excellent cushioning with optimal weight savings
  • Vibram® 460 Outsole: Self-adapting lugs and Vibram’s specially formulated Megagrip compound provide long-wearing resilience with incredible grip on both wet and dry surfaces
  • EXO Heel System: The lightweight EXO Heel System provides a comfortable, secure fit via an external heel counter
  • Danner Trailguard: Lightweight and supportive, the Trailguard TPU shank provides stability and underfoot protection on rough, uneven terrain
  • Sock-like Construction: The sock-like construction of this style wraps the foot for a comfortable, snug fit
  • Dust Gaiter Compatible: This style is designed for use with a dust gaiter to keep debris out of your shoes while you’re on the trail