Hi Tec Ravine WP


RRP: £120.00
FROM: £99.00 (£82.50 ex VAT)

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3 Season Boot

The Hi Tech Ravine is a lightweight, waterproof boot, ideal for simple walks round the coast and forest trails, yet they can take you up the mountains when you want to go that extra mile. It is an Italian design, made of full grain waxed 2mm anifibio leather, providing great durability, with a comfortable soft foam collar and a moisture-wicking lining that removes perspiration and allows the foot to breathe.

The Hi Tech Ravine WP has a good amount of rigidity provided by the nylon midsole insert, whilst the EVA insoles provide cushioning. The rubber outsole is shock absorbing and has a good deal of traction and gives extended wear to the boot.

  • 3 Season Boot
  • Italian Design
  • Full Grain Waxed 2mm Anifibio Leather
  • Fully waterproof
  • Lightweight
  • Hi Tec's Own Brand Sole and Membrane
  • Good Rocker on Sole
  • Soft Foam Collar
  • Moisture-Wicking Lining
  • Nylon Midsole Inserts add Rigidity
  • EVA Sole Inserts
  • Shock Absorbing High Quality Rubber Outsole
  • Good Traction


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