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3D Fastpacker Mid GTX Hiking Boot
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3D Fastpacker Mid GTX Hiking Boot

3D Fastpacker Mid GTX Hiking Boot

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: 3D Fastpacker Mid GTX Hiking Boot

Manufacturer: Salomon

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Created/Edited: Aug 2, 2011 / Aug 2, 2011

Object ID: 7744

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Product Description

Waterproof Gore-Tex membrane lining
Quickdrying breathable mesh upper with mud guards
Running Salomon Contragrip outsole
Gusseted tongue keeps debris out and stays put
3D Advanced Chassis
Triple density compression molded EVA footframe
Protective rubber toe cap
Ortholite sock liner
Pronation control midsole

For the fast packer of trail runner who's looking for a little more support, head towards the 3D Fastpacker. The Fastpacker stays true to the Salomon way by retaining the trail runner's approach. Low to the ground heel for enhanced stability, wide heel to maintain support, and a fit that won't let your foot slip.


3D Chassis System
Stability and Protection for Mountain terrain
Contagrip is a mix between Compund, Geometry and Density to optimize the grip and durability for each surface activity.
Ortholite sockliner combines a specific Ortholite foam and an EVA heel cup. Ortholite foam creates a cooler, drier, healthier, better cushioned environment under the foot. It will not break down or lose effectiveness over time. Recycled tire content protect the environment. EVA heel cups allows for a better heel support and added cushioning.



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PAROFESGreat boots!

Voted 5/5

Not really any complaints about this one, it just feels right on my feet, plus, the model is gorgeous as you can see it.
There is just one thing i d change if i could: The upper part of the boot is a little shorter, so when i am hiking with if here in my country, a lot of grass and wood peaces along with dirt get inside the boots. The best thing to do it to use gaiters with the boot to prevent that from happening.
Besides that, it is the perfect hiking boot for wet places and temperatures from -5C to +25°C.
Try on!
Posted Aug 2, 2011 12:36 pm

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