The Top 6 Adventure Shoes for 2012 | Columbia PeakFreak Low OutDry

The best way to approach your next adventure? In mission-appropriate shoes, naturally.

Mon, 04/09/2012 - 00:00
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PeakFreak Low OutDry

Best For: Trails
It’s “the perfect fourteener shoe,” one Colorado-based tester proclaimed, which is perhaps the best compliment a running-hiking hybrid like the PeakFreak can receive. Though designed on a trail-running chassis, it had just enough guts (midfoot shank, forefoot rock guard) to protect feet on mixed terrain (snow, ice, dirt, gravel) during wet, all-day hiking in the Tenmile Range. The other cool thing about this shoe is how well it fends off moisture: because its OutDry waterproof-breathable membrane is adhered to the outermost layer of the shoe, water can’t penetrate. 12.5 oz

Brand: Columbia $145
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