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Built with all the benefits of the original, the Timberland Lite Trace Low WP Hiking Shoe offers a rugged alternative for hikers who a lower-profile, lighter shoe. The Green Rubber sole is built with 42% recycled rubber to help keep both the environment and your conscience clean, while a midsole composed of Pebax foam and TPU cushions specific pressure points underfoot. Abrasion patches adorn a weather-resistant upper to keep you in hiking business for seasons to come.

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Surprisingly Awesome Shoe

    I got a great deal on these shoes but was still apprehensive about how well they would perform and fit. I've used them almost daily for two months and they have broken in nicely. I wanted a light waterproof hiker and these have not let me down. They truly are waterproof and, though very light, are still supportive. The one "con" I've experienced is that, due to the waterproof-ness, they are not quite as breathable as I had hoped. Overall a great shoe.


      I really wanted to like these shoes judging by the description. The pros first: true to fit, look nice, decent construction. Cons: I guess it could be the tradeoff for weight but everything except the sole and toe cap seems flimsy, the top part of the shoe is very thin and rubbery with minimal padding around the ankle, tongue, and especially top of foot. I only wore the shoes once before returning them because I found them to be very uncomfortable for the top of the foot when I walked. They seemed to "bunch" funny and I could feel the pressure from the "eyes" for the laces touching the top of my foot. Additionally they did not breathe well at all, it was about 72 outside an my feet were hot and getting sweaty very quickly, typically not a problem for me. They feel like cheap ducky rain boots from wally world! I can't believe the msrp for these is a buck fifty, I paid a lot less on SAC but not worth it.

      I just want to know how it is possible to...

      I just want to know how it is possible to make a shoe that is 0.12 ounce?!