Fronteer Ranger Hi Wilderness Combat Sneaker

May 30, 2018

Category: Style

Fronteer makes sneakers for the casual trailblazer; the man who lives for exploration, and never shies from a challenge, but in the meantime between missions, is a denizen of the modern world. The latest shoe from Fronteer, the Ranger Hi Wilderness is the perfect amalgam of high-function and informal.

Half combat boot, half sneaker, the Ranger Hi Wilderness was designed after the typical footwear of park rangers, but with the comfort of a casual sneaker. The shoe’s upper is made from a soft twill canvas material with a woven gusseted tongue. A microfiber suede sock cover shields expeditions from untoward toe trouble. The triple-layer rubber toe cap is beautifully ridged to give the Wilderness a cool, wavy look, clearly distinguishing it from the businesslike combat boots worn by military men and rangers. A patented Vibram Mini Ripple vulcanized rubber outsole allows the fit to flex, for comfort and durability. Finally, a medial zipper enclosure allows the wearer to slip in and out of adventure mode with ease. Stay prepared for any journey with the Ranger Hi Wilderness from Fronteer.

Purchase: $140

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