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Gear Details: Boots

Classic Hiker

Manufacturer: Esatto, LLC

Product Details:
Product Year2012
Usage:Mountaineering: Leather uppers; very stiff, supportive soles; minimal seams; excellent traction; and are waterproof. They are high-cut and are also crampon compatible.
Sole Construction:stitched
Upper:Full-grain leather
Membrane:No membrane
Lining:Full leather
Sizes Narrow? Wide? Weight Price
Men's Sizes 4 - 19 5>, 6 899
Women's Sizes 4 - 19 5, 6 899
Classic Hiker (Brown, Black, & Tan color) ▪ 2.83.0 mm full grain aniline leather upper ▪ Single piece vamp to reduce seams ▪ Full grain 1.21.4mm leather lining ▪ Leather footbed (we can use your own custom fit footbeds if you have them) ▪ Stitchdown construction for durability and stability ▪ 5mm leather insole ▪ 5mm leather and 4mm rubber midsoles for torsional rigidity and durability ▪ Steel shank ▪ Vibram Kletterlift outsole for excellent traction and durability with a cushioned heel wedge. (We can also use the Vibram 132 outsole like in the photo with a higher heel.) ▪ Sterling Rope 5mm flat lace for great strength ▪ Rust resistant steel D-rings and lace hooks ▪ Padded ankle collar ▪ Padded full gusset ▪ Resolable ▪ Height: 6 ▪ Weight: 5.6 lb pair


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