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Arc'teryx Konseal FL Approach Shoe - Women's

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Konseal FL Approach Shoe

The Arc'teryx Women's Konseal FL Approach Shoe works for fast, light approaches without sacrificing comfort, stability, and confidence-inducing grip. Weighing less than a pound per pair, it has all the elements you need for a technical day in the mountains.

A Vibram rubber sole makes the shoe durable while also providing great friction on rocky surfaces where you need it. When you're trucking through a scree field, the midfoot chassis provides stability and the raised sidewalls work to protect your foot from the loose rocks. After you've been on your feet for a few hours with some weight in your pack, you'll really begin to appreciate the shock-absorbing EVA foam midsole and the thick molded insert. Moreover, to prevent that sloppy, insecure feeling of an ill-fitting shoe, Arc'teryx designed the laces of the Konseal FL to be integrated into the shoe for an extremely precise, customizable fit.

  • A lightweight shoe for technical approaches
  • Raised sidewalls and TPU chassis provide stability and protection
  • Rubber toe cap keep feet safe from rocks
  • Vibram sole grips granite slab
  • Gusseted tongue keeps debris out
  • Foam midsole keeps feet comfortable by absorbing shock
  • Lacing system is integrated for a precise fit
  • Item #ARC00T1

Upper Material
ripstop mesh
4mm OrthoLite 3D
EVA foam
Vibram MegaGrip
Claimed Weight
[pair] 1 lb 2.3 oz
Recommended Use
climbing, hiking
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>Rating: 2

Came apart with in three months

I've used it several times
Runs large
Size Bought

This shoe is comfortable, the sole is sticky. It is light. I wore them often to walk my dog and took them for some trips. So much to recommend them except that it does not stay together. When I received my shoes I noticed that the rubber was pulling away from the fabric where the rubber toe cap meets the rubber side piece and did not think it was a big deal. But then after I had them a month I went to Devil's Postpile and nearly fell as a root caught in the hole as I climbed the steps. Then it happened again a month later when a branch stuck in the hole as I was climbing over a log. Now I have a big hole in the top and I don't trust these shoes so only wear them on sidewalks... Very disappointed.