Vibram Portable Performance Sole

Dec 18, 2018

Category: Gear

The harsh, icy winter terrain presents a challenge for any explorer, but you don’t have to stay cooped up in your cabin when you’re surrounded by slippery terrain. Vibram’s Portable Performance Sole will help you get a dependable grip on the ice so you can explore the world even under the cruel conditions of winter.

These foldable performance soles attach to your hiking boots and utilize a reliable system of adjustable shock cord fasteners for the perfect fit. What makes these performance soles special is their Arctic Grip studs, allowing you to get a trustworthy stance on slippery, wet ice so you’ll feel sure and steady with every step. It’s also designed to be folded and unfolded in one swift movement, so you can bust them out for some ice action and store them away in a moment’s notice. Try out a pair of Vibram’s first portable sole ever and discover more this winter.

Purchase: $55

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