Looking for versatility and durability from your footwear? The Breeze AT GTX Men’s Boots from Vasque won’t let you down.
These boots have an upper made from waterproof nubuck leather and mesh to protect you from the elements, while the Gore-tex membrane allows your feet to breathe while keeping water out. The higher cuff provides more support for your ankle and these boots have a dual-density EVA footbed, while the midsole features EVA pods for cushioning and a TPU shank for stability. For durability and grip out in the field, these boots feature a Vibram contact Megagrip compound outsole for 50% better abrasion resistance.
You can handle whatever the trail throws at you, with the Breeze AT GTX Men’s Boots from Vasque.
Higher cuff for better ankle support
Upper made from waterproof nubuck leather and mesh
Midsole with EVA cushioning pods and TPU shank
Dual-density EVA footbed
Waterproof and breathable Gore-tex membrane
Vibram contact grip with Megagrip compound outsole for 50% better abrasion resistance
True To Size
2.0mm Waterproof Nubuck Leather | Air Mesh
Gore−Tex® with Extended Comfort Technology
TPU Shank | All Terrain Compound Midsole | EVA Cushioning Pods | Dual Density EVA Footbed
Vibram® Contact Grip with Megagrip Compound
Hiking | Trekking
How hot/warm does it get in Australian conditions?1 answer
Can someone who owns (and uses regularly) a pair of these please comment on how warm it gets on Australian conditions? I am a pretty beginner hiker who has been using regular sports shoes, and want to upgrade to something proper, but was worried it gets warm/sweaty in Australian weather. An online review says "I found that even when wearing lightweight merino socks, my feet grew swampy quickly in temperatures in the mid 60s Fahrenheit. " Looking for some advise please.
Jacob - Hurstville, NSW(8 months ago)
We don't have anyone here who owns these boots, so can't give you any feedback. Ultimately despite Gortex being breathable, there's only so much it can be given that it's a waterproof fabric. If your feet get hot and sweaty, it's likely that heat and sweat will be trapped in the boot for the most part. If you are wanting a cooler, fully breathable boot option for warm conditions in Australia, you'll need to be looking at a mid-cut or a non waterproof option.