Under Armour Tabor Ridge Mid Hiking Boots

Under Armour Tabor Ridge Mid Hiking Boots, , 600
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Never fear the terrain again when you slip on the Under Armour Tabor Ridge Mid Hiking Boots. The Tabor Ridge has a waterproof upper with GORE-TEX lining so that when you trek through the water you will not get uncomfortable and soggy feet. With all this durability in the construction you would think it would be a heavy boot, but that is not the case, the Tabor Ridge is lightweight and durable. There is a rubber toe cap and a high traction rubber sole that will allow it to withstand trail hazards. There is an anti-microbial Orthlite sockliner with an integrated TPU arch support that will give you the desired support and stability and the internal midsole gives you stability and torsion steadiness when traversing rocky trails.

  • GORE-TEX Lining
  • Ultra-Light, Molded EVA Midsole
  • Internal Midsole Plate for Stability
  • TPU Toe Cap

Type  Boot Material  Lightweight, Durable Ripstop Upper with Synthetic Overlays for Support Sole Material  Rugged, High Traction Rubber Outsole
Waterproof  Yes Warranty  Lifetime Model Year  2017
Model Number  1254918-040 9.0 Product ID  446293   
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Q: I have planter fasciitis. What hiking boot would be best for my feet?
Asked : Mar 12, 2017
By : Den, Winthrop harbor il
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A: A slightly more forgiving athletic style boot like this one would be a good choice. I wear Under Armour and find them to fit somewhat generous which means you could easily take out the factory footbed and have well enough room to add an aftermarket footbed. You most likely know if the planter fasciitis is bad that no right out of the box boot is going to work perfectly, and an aftermarket footbed will need to be used for any boot you choose to go with.
Answered : Mar 13, 2017
By : Chris


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