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Comet 3D GTX Hiking Boot - Women's
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The Salomon Comet 3D Gore-Tex Hiking boots are made for feminine feet, perfect to grab for a weekend of trail pounding. Featuring a Gore-Tex membrane to help you splash through rain and mud while still providing breathability and the 3D Advanced Chassis is low profile, maximizing security and motion control. The Ortholite sockliner foam is combined with a EVA heel cup creates a environment of cooler, drier and healthier cushioning to cradle you foot in comfort. What does it all mean to you? Amazing stability, along with grip in any conditions and a smoothed out efficiency in your stride. Take the Salomon Comet 3D to the trails, meant to handle any conditions you can throw at them, go treat them and yourself.
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Nice boot, needs more break in time?
REVIEWED BY: VGREEN1111 2013-10-27
"These boots are cute, super comfortable, water repellant and very warm. Because I live in a flat area of the US, my break-in with them was minimal. I put them to the test hiking the Old Inca Trail up to Machu Picchu. Because our weather was great, there wasn't much muck, just many kilometers climbing/descending winding trails, stairs and rock at altitude each day with a pack. Overall, the boots felt light, dry and sturdy, but going down hill for hours over crooked rocks was painful to my ankles due to back rubbing. In all fairness, I typically hike in lower shoes, but for this multi-day trip, I really wanted some good support. I tried loose, and tight, but I just couldn't get my ankles comfortable. At the end of day three, my right foot was quite sore. I think I'll continue break-in and hope for that helps. "