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|Outsole:||Michelin WINTER COMPOUND|
|Type of Waterproofing:||OutDry|
|Upper:||Omni-HEAT, OutDRY EXTREME|
|Disclaimer:||We only ship this brand to US Addresses.|
|Product Technology:||Columbia Techlite, Columbia OutDry Extreme, Columbia Omni-Heat Reflective|
|Features:||Cushioned, Abrasion-resistant, Waterproof, Insulated, Reflective|
|Best Use:||Camping, Hiking|
|Toe Coverage:||Closed Toe|
A lightweight midsole for shoes. Not only does it drop the overall weight of the shoe, but it delivers cushion and comfort, from the moment you put them on your feet. Absorbs impact as you explore trails and walk from place to place.
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Columbia OutDry Extreme
Waterproof, breathable outerwear for hiking through the rain. The OutDry Extreme technology puts the membrane and seam taping on the outside, preventing water from getting on the inside. The inside features a wicking fabric, pulling moisture from your skin to keep you comfortable when the rain is falling.
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Columbia Omni-Heat Reflective
Columbia Omni-Heat Reflective is a technical fabric used to regulate temperature. When you see tiny silver dots lining your outer wear, think reflection because that's just what they're there for. They reflect your very own body heat back at you, retaining the warmth you're already generating. It is also breathable, so you won't overheat at the same time as well as wicks moisture away from the body to keep you dry.
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|USA||Footwear Size (CM)||UK||EU|
HOW to MEASURE
If you are unsure which shoe size to purchase, please follow the following steps:
1. Place a blank sheet of paper against a wall or other 90 degree surface.
2. Place heel against wall on flat level surface.
3. Mark the end of the longest toe with a pen or pencil.
4. Measure both feet in millimeters and use the larger measurement.
5. Read measurement and compare to size chart.
6. When comparing to the chart, use the closest larger measurement to determine your size per your country's standard.