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Timberland Cadion Hiking Boots

Timberland Cadion Hiking Boots

These high-tech Caidon Hiking Boots ($140) from Timberland are the best you can buy. They were designed with help from badass climber Ed Viesturs to be exceptionally lightweight — Timberland asked him because he's so pro that he breaks his toothbrush in half to reduce weight in his backpack on treks. The durable Cadions have all of the expected features of an expert boot — memory foam, Vibram outsole, and Gore-Tex membrane to keep your feet dry.

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