Columbia Men’s Newton Ridge Plus II WP Hiking Boot, Cordovan/Squash, 10 D US

May 23, 2017 - Comment
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Rich, all-over leather gives a premium outdoor feel to this supportive, waterproof hiking boot. The newton ridge™ plus waterproof seals out wet weather while also breathing and features a shank under the arch, delivering stability and support where you need it and flexibility where you don’t. The Omni grip® rubber outsole features rugged, grippy traction specifically designed to evacuate mud

Product Features

  • Waterproof hiking boot featuring leather upper with breathable mesh tongue and lace-up vamp
  • Padded tongue and collar
  • Techlite cushioning midsole for comfort
  • Omni-Grip outsole

Comments

revolutioneric says:

Great Hiking Boots Overall good shoes. The first pair I got was kinda of big but I returned them and got a half size down and it fit great. Honestly there is little break in, it feels great when you first put it on. Water proof seal, good awesome fit and very comfortable. You can’t go wrong with these shoes.

Manny says:

From the Amazon to the Andes, these boots rock! I bought these boots before a six week long trip to Peru in which I spent half the time doing research in the Amazon rainforest during the wet season and half the time hiking around in the Andes. I was packing light, so these boots became my only footwear for this period of time. I broke them in before the trip by walking miles at a time out in the snow here in the US, and then I wore them in the Amazon even when it was 95 degrees out and later during 12 hour hikes in the Andes going up to…

blank Kirt Grotjan says:

Love them! Light weight but lasts like a much … This is my third pair of Newtons. Love them! Light weight but lasts like a much heavier boot. Not too stiff like heavier boots, The boot has a little give which allows you to wear 1-3 pair of socks, versatile in a wide range of temperatures. I work hard and walk miles everyday. I replace them about every 2 years when the tread starts to wear thin. the uppers always last, I always load them with mink oil before the winter sets in.

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