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Northside Snohomish Boot (Men's)

Northside Snohomish Boot (Men's) -
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    Product Details

    Style: 314907M

    On the trail you want to be focused on what's around you, not what's on your feet. So get the Northside Snohomish Hiking Boots and give yourself the support and protection you won't have to worry about. The TPU Traction outsole provides grip on all kinds of natural surfaces, and the cushioning support of the TPU midsole and breathable insole keep your feet comfortable no matter how far you roam.

    • Mid-ride design provides improved ankle support and better protection from trail debris
    • Suede, nylon, and synthetic construction with PVC reinforcement in key areas for improved durability and support
    • Breathable and washable insole provides reliable support and improved cushion in every step
    • TPR Midsole works to shield your feet from trail hazards while providing stability and impact absorption
    • Traditional lacing provides for quick and easy adjustment of fit
    KEY FEATURES
    • Waterproof construction is fully seam-sealed for uncompromised protection
    • TPR Traction Outsole to help you find stable footing on all sorts of natural surfaces
    SPECS
    • Waterproof Rating: Fully Waterproof and Seam Sealed
    • Closure Style: Lace Up
    FEATURES
    • Taped Seams
    • Waterproof
    • Breathable
    • Slip Resistant Outsole

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    "Return policy "
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    Question by Don on 6/27/2019 - 4:52 pm
    A:
    "We have a 30 day return policy. Please visit our Help & Support tab for any further details. "
    Answer by kinya (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/1/2019 - 12:21 pm
    Q:
    "what is D in width size?"
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    Question by mark gatz on 11/15/2019 - 12:20 pm
    A:
    "D is considered Medium width. We hope this information helps."
    Answer by Lesly (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/15/2019 - 4:02 pm