Hanwag - Women's Belorado Bunion Mid GTX - Hiking shoes

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Design:
Hiking shoes
Recommended use:
Day touring; simple hikes
Outer material:
textile inserts; Cordura
Inner material:
Gore-Tex
Sole:
Vibram Multifilm
Closure:
Lacing
Weight:
1080 g (pair in UK size 7.5)
Dimensions:
UK 6 - 13
Extras:
Pull-on tab; Bunion last for people with bunions; Reinforcements on the tip and sides
Item No.:
119-0149
Product description
Looking for a light hiking shoe but have problems with bunions? The Women's Belorado Mid GTX by Hanway has been specially designed just for you! This shoe is fantastic for its light-weight design and stable shaft made of Cordura and suede. The Gore-Tex lining ensures that moisture is kept out of the shoe while sweat is quickly wicked away from the foot. What makes these shoes special is the bunion last, which was designed specifically for people who suffer from hallux valgus.
The shoe fits very comfortably with a soft, padded tongue, and the slight backward slope of the shaft provides high freedom of movement. The smooth lacing holds the foot securely in the shoe so that you won’t slip around. The grippy sole and good cushioning provide comfort while you’re out and about, making this shoe ideal for anyone who likes to be out a lot. The Women's Belorado Bunion Mid GTX by Hanwag is a very comfortable and light shoe which is especially designed for people with bunions! ;"
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