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Vasque Breeze AT GTX Hiking Boot - Women's


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Breeze AT GTX Hiking Boot

Designed for challenging trails or backpacking missions, the Breeze AT GTX Hiking Boot offers incredible support and comfort to keep you going until you're back at the trailhead. Featuring complete waterproofing and multiple shock-absorbing characteristics, the Breeze will keep you dry and comfortable regardless of what lays in your path.
  • Push further on the trail with these premium hiking boots
  • Nubuck leather upper adds durability and longevity
  • Gore-Tex membrane is completely waterproof and breathable
  • Air Mesh panels increase airflow to keep you cool
  • Dual-density EVA footbed adds support for all-day comfort
  • A.T.C. midsole with EVA pods increase cushioning
  • TPU shank adds stability for rocky trails
  • Vibram Contact Grip with Megagrip adds traction on any surface
  • Item #VSQZ198

Upper Material
waterproof nubuck leather, air mesh
GORE-TEX membrane
Arc Tempo+
dual-density EVA
A.T.C. with EVA cushioning pods, TPU shank
Vibram Contact Grip with Megagrip
Claimed Weight
2lb 11oz
Recommended Use
backpacking, hiking
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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Comfortable on my narrow foot!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 7"
148 lbs

I have not hiked in them yet; just worn them around my house to "break them in" although I don't think that was even necessary. I didn't notice any rubbing at all. I think they will be fine on the trail. I am hoping they have great traction--one of the things I've been needing. The bottom looks pretty good for that. FYI, I have a skinny foot AND ankle and this boot doesn't slip on my heel. Hallelujah! About the sizing: This boot runs a tiny bit small--I usually wear a 9.5 but had to get a 10. Also, this boot's Medium width is actually a Narrow. Strange. I would suggest calling or chatting with customer service to be sure you are getting the size you need.