The ICE CRACKER women's trekking boots with membrane will help you safely travel long distances.
With a NeoDry waterproof membrane, you will not be surprised by changing, unfavourable weather conditions. Thanks to the cold-resistant Vibram® sole with Arctic Grip technology and deep tread, your safety on slippery or icy sections of the trail will be improved.
The high upper, made of tear-resistant reinforced nylon, also draws attention. The quality of the upper, together with the reinforced TPU upper, increase the durability of the entire construction.
The women's ICE CRACKER trekking shoes also feature a softly padded collar and a moulded EVA foam insole for long-lasting comfort over the entire distance. With its wide, perforated tongue with bellows construction and characteristic hook-and-loop binding, the overall design provides the right fit for the foot.
Women's ICE CRACKER trekking boots with membrane - FEATURES:
lightweight construction, metal hook-and-loop binding, heel strap for easy fitting, the comfortable insole of moulded EVA foam, protective TPU mudguard, high upper made of reinforced nylon, NeoDry membrane for high levels of moisture protection, cushioning, compression-moulded CM-EVA foam midsole, bellows tongue construction and soft collar for comfort, cold-resistant, Vibram Arctic Grip sole with deep tread guarantees grip on icy or snowy surfaces (especially on wet ice). DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT WOMEN'S ICE CRACKER TREKKING BOOTS WITH MEMBRANE Main fabric: Thermoplastic polyurethane 48%, Polyester 40%, Polyurethane 12%
Durable NeoDry membrane ensures comfort even in difficult weather. Special construction designed to wick moisture away from the wearer's body and maintain high water and wind resistance.
Vibram Arctic Grip is a state-of-the-art technology designed for winter footwear and it represents the most advanced cold-weather gripping system Vibram has ever developed. The Vibram Arctic Grip technology is entirely rubber material without addition of metal components or inserts and represents a new approach to the grip on icy surfaces (especially on wet ice).