Right out of the box these boots have a wow factor with the overall design and fabric used. You can feel that these boots are not only lightweight – but you know that the Lowa brand is going to give you years of great use.
I own several other pairs of Lowa boots including the Zephyr, Z6S and Innox low. They are all performing great despite a ton of daily wear and abuse.
This lightweight, all-synthetic tactical boot features a bi-injected DynaPU® midsole for superb rebound, durability and cushioning and a PU MONOWRAP® frame for lateral stability.
This means I can use these boots for fieldwork, tuck hiking, trail runs, weightlifting and casual street wear. They are so comfortable I wore them on a business trip from Atlanta to Memphis to Miami and back home. That’s a lot of time stuffed in an airplane seat and walking between terminals and catching Uber. If these boots were not super comfy – there is no way I would think of wearing them.
It’s designed to travel fast and light while providing a hiking boot’s reliable traction and support, and features closed lace hooks for security and toe & heel caps for added protection. Durably waterproof/breathable.
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Construction: Slip Lasted – Injected PU Midsole
Lacing Hardware: Fabric Loops & Closed Hooks
Sole: LOWA Multi Trac®
Upper Material: Microfiber & Synthetic
Weight Per Pair (lb): 1.98
Country of Origin: Slovakia
Insole: ATC Climate Control Footbed
Midsole: Double Injection DynaPU®
Monowrap Frame®: MONOWRAP® Stability Frame
Heel Drop 10mm
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Brad McLeod is married with two kids and an all around average family guy. His SGPT motivational audios have been downloaded in 30 countries around the world.
He grew up in Tallahassee, Florida and despite training all the wrong ways – made it to Navy SEAL training in Coronado, California.
He flunked out of Navy SEAL BUD/S training after making it over half way through (6 months of grueling training). After a year in the Fleet Navy on the USS Cleveland (LPD-7) he came back to graduate BUDS and serve on SEAL Team Four.
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