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The GoLite Quest Lite Waterproof shoe steps up to meet cold weather with classic style. This men's casual boot features a waterproof leather upper with seam-sealed construction for total protection. The dual-density EVA midsole lends support and cushioning, while the Gripstick rubber outsole provides reliable traction and durability in the GoLite Quest Lite Waterproof boot.
GoLite Footwear is committed to meeting the needs of those of you who live to be in the outdoors, by delivering the ultimate in all-conditions performance, fit, and durability in an impossibly light shoe. Be it trail, travel, mountains, or the cobblestones of Europe, GoLite Footwear has literally turned shoes upside down, resulting in a suspension system that individually isolates protrusions from the ground and envelops the surface with a smoother, more stable foot strike. Their suspension system allows your foot to make better contact with uneven terrain, while reducing movement and impact on your foot and body. Refered to as "Whole Body Stability," the technology effectively allows your GoLite shoes to absorb abuse from the terrain so your legs don't have to, and eliminating up to a third of injury-provoking motion your foot will endure as compared to a conventional shoe. GoLite Footwear: Soft Against the Ground - the ultimate in comfort, performance, fit, and stability.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- ASIN: B004M15QSO
- Item model number: Quest Lite-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: August 15, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
As another reviewer mentioned, they aren't good for snow. However, I hike with these in Arizona year round and even in extreme heat these are more breathable than any other leather over-ankle boots are likely to be. I also hike with them in the northeast (MA/ME/NH) and in Alaska. My feet never get too cold unless my socks are wet (my fault for wearing them while crossing a stream that went halfway up my shins). My only complaint is that the traction on wet rock is *very* poor. This is the one factor that bothers me when considering buying another pair, because now most of my outdoor activities are in Alaska where wet rocks, wet tundra, and snow make up the majority of my backpacking. So if you will be using these in a fairly dry area, they're great for anything. If you'll be doing a lot of river crossings or backpacking in the rain, you can find boots better suited to those needs.