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Vivobarefoot Synth Hiker

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Jul 8, 2014

Category: Gear

Replicating the barefoot experience with minimalistic footwear has been a trend in recent years, and while we are all for minimalistic shoes, we had yet to encounter any worthy of being called hiking boots. Until now that is.

The Vivobarefoot Synth Hiker is a pair of hiking boots that feels like you’re barefoot. The sleek hiker has been equipped with a 2.5-millimeter puncture resistant outsole, so there’s no need to worry about any rusty nails finding their way through. The upper is constructed from lightweight, synthetic materials, and the use of Hydrophobic mesh help keep your feet dry during those rainy outings. Each pair has also been outfitted with a heel lock lace frame along with a V-lock lacing system to prevent you from having to bend over every few minutes to re-tie and re-tighten your laces. [Purchase]

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