Tecnica Plasma Thermoform Hiking Shoes

Nov 13, 2018

Category: Gear

After creating their award-winning thermo-moldable Forge hiking boots, Tecnica continues to flex their footwear creativity with their new Plasma hiking shoes. According to Tecnica, these are the first customizable low-cut hiking shoes, giving your feet a custom, unrivaled level of comfort to grip the loose trails with confidence.

Tecnica’s Plasma shoes provide you with a perfect fit right out of the box with heat-customizing technology for a tailor-made feel in only 20 minutes, which means there’s no break-in period. Utilizing Custom Adaptive Shape footbeds, the Plasma shoes mold to your feet for a second-skin fit, giving you reliable, personalized arch and heel support. These shoes also have elastic fabric, Gore-Tex lining on the collars, ‘Vibram Megagrip’ for grip on slippery terrain, block-shaped lugs for stability, and dual-density EVA midsoles for ideal cushioning. These hiking shoes are built to adjust to your soles so you can adjust to the terrain. The Outdoor Retailer Innovation Award-winning Plasma shoes will hit retail shelves in 2019.

Purchase: $150+

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