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- OutDry is a lightweight, waterproof laminate that is bonded directly to the inside of the upper to seal out moisture
- Mixed-material upper features durable, supportive leather and the mesh for durability and breathability
- Integrated TPU web system connected to the lace wraps your foot and provides subtle support over the mesh
- Techlite midsole offers cushion while drastically reducing overall weight
- Small shank at the arch helps your foot maintain stability and resists sharp objects
- Aggressive traction on the Omni-Grip outsole offers traction on all types of wet or dry surfaces
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These are my first real pair of hiking shoes. I've always just used old military boots. Firstly, these things are super lightweight compared to my old boots. I did a two day 30 mile hike over all sorts of terrain and they worked really well. From roots to rocks to red clay mud, I had more traction than the ppl I was hiking with. I appreciated the hardened part in front of the toes as it prevented much pain when I sometimes found myself kicking roots and hidden rocks while on the trail. I also got to test out (unfortunately) the waterproof claims of outdry. I think that it lives up to it's name. 12 miles through puddles, soaking wet leaves and about 3 inches of rainfall and my feet were bone dry when I got to the car. No foot sweat either, and I know that they did sweat. My guess is that in evaporated through the shoe as designed. I love the bright orange color for trying to find them in the dark and they were very comfortable the entire trip. I highly recommend the shoe. I wear an 11 in every shoe so I bought an 11 in the Talus Ridge and found it to be just a little snug. They broke in fine but if you were planning on wearing think-ish type socks, keep that in mind that they are a bit narrow. Overall I am very pleased with the purchase and excited about outdry and the competition it's bringing to Goretex.