For the active urbanite who sees himself as an off-duty outdoorsman, there’s one persistent problem that the footwear industry seems incapable of solving: the treads on those sweet new trail runners you just bought will wear out on asphalt long before your toes hit the trailhead. At least, that was the situation until just recently. Danner’s new Caprine Low Suede has the first (and last) word in functional hybrid footwear. Branded as the “ultimate city hiker,” the new style features an exclusive Vibram Caprine Traction Outsole with Megagrip technology that increases surface contact across all terrains, providing superior grip from city to trail. The open-cell Ortholite footbed provides a cloud-like cushion for your foot, while a TPU shank adds stability and support beneath each Danner Plyolite EVA midsole. Finally, the durable suede upper is as stylish as it is understated, making the Caprine Low an ideal option for virtually anywhere you might wander.
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