Southwest Montana’s Highway 191 threads the needle between the Lee Metcalf Wilderness, the Gallatin Range’s Wilderness Study Area and Yellowstone National Park. One look at a recreation map can induce option anxiety. Fret not. The only choice you need to make is what gear goes in the car before heading out to one of the 20 can’t-go-wrong trailheads. Pack your Phoenix Mid’s along for the ride and let its perfect mix of supple Nubuck, breathable mesh, and a well-cushioned, yet supportive, midsole keep you be comfortable, dry and unstoppable.
Fit Tip: Length runs true to size. Form hugging heel cup, sculpted mid-foot, and a generous forefoot & toe box.
Three core components make up our B-DRY waterproof system starting with our proprietary tape-sealed polyurethane film bootie. Hydrophobic upper materials keep the shoe watertight while our textile lining wicks sweat away.
Medium volume feet tend to be standard width with some combinations of high and/or low arches and a high and/or low instep.
Women’s standard width is B in the heel and C in the forefoot (according to Brannock Device®). Patterns and materials in a given model may influence fit. We always recommend trying our footwear on to ensure the best possible fit.
Granite Peak — The quintessential hiking outsole featuring a nylon shank for stability, toothy side lugs that hug off-camber trails, and 4mm directional lugs studding the sole.
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