Whether you're using it for a walk-in or as a lightweight walking shoe, when its job on the hill is done it does a great job of bridging that gap between approach shoe and downtime (e.g., pub!) wear, making it a wise choice for those wanting more for their money.
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What do you use it for? Engineered for walking and biking, the multi-functional Mammut Redburn GTX approach shoe features Gore-Tex making it perfect for all weathers. It's Gripex™ Sole ensures maximum safety and grip.
Great for urban-wear? Using top quality suede, the Redburn GTX comes in a range of colours. Sporting a Rubber Toe Cap and Heel it offers protection and abrasion resistance, keeping these shoes in great shape for the long term.
Comfort and fit? Mammut has installed its Base Fit technology that uses narrow strips of webbing from the lacing area to the soles to ensure a close, stable shoe. A Flex Tongue maintains fit and flexibility whatever you're doing.
Redburn GTX Men: £115
For more information visit www.mammut.ch
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