Robust trekking boot made from split leather
Make the most of 2-zone lacing: for ascents, lace the lower section tighter and the upper looser for more freedom of movement and less shin stress. For descents, tighten both for more security.
Outdoor shoes are made to get dirty, keeping your feet dry and comfortable no matter how wet and grimy your adventures may be. But in order to keep performing, they require proper care. Help your shoes go the distance with tips from our experts.