Dynafit Unleashes The Lightest Speed Hiking Boots Ever

Jul 10, 2019

Category: Gear

When you’re in the business of conquering mountains or want to do so on the side for thrills, you’re going to need a sturdy pair of athletic mountaineering shoes or boots. The Dynafit Sky Pro Shoes are up for any alpine challenge, featuring all the tech you need for your soles to scale a peak.

A pair of Sky Pro shoes weighs just 1.2 lbs, yet they provide you with ample protection on your path. They have a double-layered top, gaiters with waterproof zippers and velcro cuffs, and well-ventilated mesh. Inside you’ll find quick-drying mesh lining, anatomical Ortholite insoles with anti-bacterial properties, and extra support for your heels and foot arches. Also, thanks to the Vibram Megagrip tread with Lite Base technology, you’ll benefit from superior traction and grip even if the terrain is wet or uneven. Not to mention, they have a waterproof Dynashell membrane, making them resistant to mud and snow, so they perform well in high altitudes. The rugged mountain-ready shoes will hit shelves on February 2020, and a pair will cost you $281.

Purchase: $281

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