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Trail 2650 Campo Hiking Shoe - Men's

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $111.96 Original price: $159.95
30% off
Color:Ice/Yellow

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Why We Like The Trail 2650 Campo 3in Hiking Shoe

Built with the hot and dusty beginnings of the PCT in mind, the Danner Trail 2650 Campo 3in Hiking Shoe will keep our feet fresh and cool while we're sweating buckets under vicious summer rays. Our feet need to breathe, and the Trail 2650 makes that a priority with it's airy mesh liner and open-cell footbed. A textile and leather upper protect and support our feet against pesky scrub and annoying rocks, and the PlyoGo midsole provide ample cushion for every grueling 20-mile push on the trail.


Details

  • Lightweight hiking shoe for hot treks
  • Leather, textile upper is tough and abrasion resistant
  • Vibram rubber sole clings to any surface
  • EXO Heel System increases foot security and comfort
  • Item #DANS03Y
Upper Material
suede, textile
Lining
mesh
Closure
lace
Last
DT6
Footbed
OrthoLite
Midsole
PlyoGo
Sole
Vibram
Claimed Weight
[pair] 22oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

October 17, 2022

Great for Costco runs

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Size Bought:
11.5
Height:
6' 2"
Weight:
220

They look cool and you can rep your outdoor lifestyle or aspirations while grabbing a coffee or mashing around Whole Foods. Moderately comfortable, good foot protection. Durability leaves something to be desired. Twelve miles of rough PNW trail and these things are starting to fall apart. Would give them three stars for everyday errands and looking like a fun parent at your kid's sports games. Note - true to size-ish. They seem narrow.

Thomas D