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Gear Details: Boots

X Light Mid OT

Manufacturer: Lafuma

SKU: lFG1729

Product Details:
Product Year2009
Usage:Rough Trail: Meant for light backpacking. They’re ankle high and made from fabric and leather or split-grain leather with semi-rigid soles. Low-cut boots are not considered Rough Trail boots.
Height:midcut
Sole Construction:cemented, glued
Upper:Synthetic fabric, Synthetic leather
Membrane:Outdry
Lining:Synthetic fabric
Sizing
Narrow Medium Wide Weight Price
Men's Whole Sizes - - - 0, 16 129.95
Men's Half Sizes - 6 - 12.5 -    
Women's Whole Sizes - - - 0, 13 129.95
Women's Half Sizes - - -    


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This may be a spectacular product, however it is unavailable for purchase anywhere on the web or in stores.
Posted by Ryskiag, May 08, 2009 Star
Comfy and so light! My one complaint is that they leaked where the upper met the sole after 30min of deep puddles. They did dry pretty quick though...
Posted by Eric , May 08, 2009 Star Star Star Star
I just bought these and have never had a more comfortable shoe period. The snug fit provided by the mid-cut design and dual lacing system is key and allows for adjustments on the move, including adjusting pressure points for differences in sock thickness. Bottom line, these are a really great product.
Posted by Joe, Jun 02, 2009 Star Star Star Star Star
I agree with Ryskiag,....
Where can you buy the woman's shoe?

Posted by Britt, Aug 12, 2009 Star
Don't knock the rating of these shoes down because you can't find them. These are some of the best shoes money can buy with ample support and comfort for 30+ mile day hikes.
Posted by Smithjs, Aug 28, 2009 Star Star Star Star Star
Very comfortable!! Durable..supportive..I like the dual lacing..They are readily available all over the web..Watch S&C for the best prices
Posted by Bill, Apr 15, 2010 Star Star Star Star Star

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