Wyoming GTX

MPN
9510
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Gore-Tex Logo Gore-Tex® Performance Comfort Footwear Lining
Vibram Logo Vibram® with polyurethane shock absorbing midsole and CCF insert
Board Lasting Mechanical Construction Logo Board Lasting Mechanical Construction
Crispi Crossbow Frame Logo Crispi Crossbow Frame
Wrapped Framework Logo Wrapped Framework
  • Insulated: No
  • Upper: Water repellent Suede and high resistance fabric
  • Insole: With differentiated structure and anti-torsion insert
  • Removable Footbed: CRISPI® Air Mesh + Felt + Active Carbons. Outstanding Breathability and anti-perspiration/anti-odor action. The CRISPI® 3D construction, transports moisture away leaving the foot dry in every moment
  • Protection: Stitched rubber rand and heel protection
  • Height: 8 1/2" from bottom of sole to top
  • Weight (one boot, size 10): 1.95 lbs

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$360.00

The Wyoming GTX is the little brother of the Idaho GTX and a perfect blend between stability, lightness, technology and tradition. Designed to be an early season or warm climate hunting, trekking and hiking boot, it follows all of the industry leading qualities of the Nevada GTX, but is lighter and uninsulated so it can be used in warmer months.

This boot was built to last with WFW (Wave Wrapping Frame) technology for comfort over long periods of walking, Super Grip outsoles to improve braking and traction and our CCF Crispi® Crossbow Frame which provides increased stability, durability and comfort. We also use a high quality bottom with our exclusive Vibram® Super-Grip and Legendary Gore-Tex® lining to make it waterproof and breathable.

Designed in Italy exclusively for the North American market and tested in the rugged Rocky Mountains.

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