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All Black


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On Cloudrock Waterproof Men's All Black

Taking a hike got a lot faster and lighter with the On Cloudrock Waterproof shoes! The first On speed-hiking boot blends the speed of a running shoes with the support of a hiking shoe. Engineered in the Swiss Alps for peak performance, these boots provide traction, pace, and protection in any condition. There'll be no need for excuses--you'll be ready to tackle any trail and conquer all obstacles with these on your feet!

Shoe Technology

Upper: The durable membrane is wind- and waterproof to keep your feet warm and dry regardless of climate. Two types of mesh in the mid- and forefoot enhance stability and breathability. A high collar hugs the foot for ankle support on uneven terrain and contains padding for extra protection. The Swiss-engineered FlexLock system allows you to tie your laces with a single pull or lace them up traditionally.

Midsole: Speedboard™ support provides propulsion and stability to enable fast-paced hiking. This boot gives a smooth, rolling transition that's especially useful when traveling downhill. Cloudtec® cushioning ensures soft landings with every stride.

Outsole: Missiongrip™ rubber lets you dig into soft trails and gives better traction for wet rocks. A 360° rubberized mudguard protects against dirt, clay, and whatever sludge that tries to stick to the bottom of your shoe. The guard is tough, yet light and flexible to combine the ideal blend of speed and shield.

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Love the shoe

As mailman this is perfect for walking 15 to 20 miles a day. Feet don't hurt anymore

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