Helly Hansen Vanir Canter HT Boots

Aug 30, 2018

Category: Gear

Helly Hansen has over 140 years of experience producing gear for the most jarring environments. Recently, they used their veteran knowledge to create the new Vanir Canter HT boots, making them perfect for outdoor exploration.

The premium leather boots have a cutting-edge three density system in the midsole that provides you with optimal comfort, excellent cushioning, and spring in the toe area. To shield your feet, the boots feature ‘Helly Wear’ protection for rocks and sharp objects, as well an engineered knitted textile. Also, the waterproof leather boots have rubber compounds placed in high-wear areas for ideal traction on uneven terrain. In addition, the boots have removable EVA performance footbeds, ankle straps, internal stabilizers, and ergonomically shaped insoles with C-Zone shock absorption. You can choose from four different colorways.

Purchase: $160

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