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Arbor - Crosscut All Terrain Shoe - Men's

Arbor Crosscut All Terrain Shoe - Men's

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$89.98 Original price:$119.95
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    • Grey/Orange, 10.0
      sale $89.98
    • Grey/Orange, 11.5
      sale $89.98
    • Grey/Orange, 8.0
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    • Grey/Orange, 8.5
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    • Otter/Dried Herb, 10.0
      sale $89.98
    • Otter/Dried Herb, 11.0
      sale $89.98
    • Otter/Dried Herb, 11.5
      sale $89.98
    • Otter/Dried Herb, 12.0
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    • Otter/Dried Herb, 8.5
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    • Otter/Dried Herb, 9.0
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    • Otter/Dried Herb, 9.5
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    Tech Specs

    Upper Material:
    free-range suede, 30% recycled mesh
    Lining:
    100% recycled
    Closure:
    lace
    Midsole:
    EVA
    Sole:
    Regrind Rubber
    Claimed Weight:
    12oz
    Recommended Use:
    casual

    Crosscut All Terrain Shoe

    • Versatile shoe ready for skate sessions or quick day hikes
    • Suede in high wear areas boosts longevity and durability
    • Recycled mesh in strategic areas lets your feet breathe
    • Traditional lace closure locks in a secure and reliable fit
    • EVA midsoles add cushion and support for long days outside
    • Regrind rubber sole grips skate decks and dusty trails with ease

    Sustainability & Comfort Combined

      As a sustainability consultant, I am always searching for new apparel that embraces the circular economy and that is made well and reasonably affordable. I am also an overweight middle aged guy who likes tough, durable shoes that I can take on a light hike, long walk and wear around town, at work or play. These shoes, with a wider toe box, were comfortable right out of the box. Plenty of midsole cushioning for my "Fred Flintstone" feet. I appreciate Arbor Collectives mission and commitment to environment, while making shoes (unfortunately made in Asia versus the US) of high quality. Well done folks!