Lowa Men's Locarno GTX Lo Hiking Boots
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The Lowa Men's Locarno GTX Lo Hiking Boots is a multi-sport shoe from LOWA, designed to keep you moving and boast a stylish. With that in mind, Lowa lightened-up their ATC concept to create an extremely versatile, modern outdoor shoe that you can wear to office and on your day hike.
- Classic multifunctional boots are the perfect choice for a huge number of uses
- Light-weight midsole material provides ideal support, durability and rebound
- A complex injection-molding process improves comfort and cushioning
- Lowa exclusive PU frame technology delivers outstanding stability and support
|Upper Material||Nubuck Leather & Fabric|
|Monowrap Frame||Inverted MONOWRAP|
|Construction||Slip Lasted - Injected PU Midsole|
|Midsole||Low Profile DuraPU with DynaPU|
|Sole||LOWA Hybrid Trac|
Lowa Men's Locarno GTX Lo Hiking Boots:
- AAnonymousI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 years agoLightest, most comfortable shoe
Light and very comfortable shoe which can be used for hiking or social casual situations. This will be my only pair of shoes for a 3 week trip to Europe: Copenhagen, Prague, & Budapest.Was this helpful?
- AAnonymousI recommend this productRated 5 stars2 years agoGreat travel shoe, airport to city to off-road
I've long wanted a shoe that was rugged enough for light hiking & scrambling on unpaved trails and terrain, but that could be worn in a restaurant and to the airport. This is it. All of the competing shoes I've seen look far more like a hiking shoe; this looks more like a understated sneaker. It strikes the right balance between sure footing off road and comfortable walking on concrete. It's not super comfortable or super sure footed or super stylish. What it is super at is being good enough at all of those, so you can go on a trip with one shoe. For comparison, Ecco's Track II Low, which I've also owned, is a bit more comfortable to walk in, but less stable off road and, to my eye, clunkier.Was this helpful?