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Deckers X Lab ENDURO Lite Low

Meet The ENDURO Lite Low: Deckers X Lab’s Ultimate Hiking Shoe

A revolutionary hiking shoe that blends the rugged durability of mountaineering gear with the lightweight agility of running shoes.

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$ 185

Deckers X Lab, the innovators behind iconic brands like HOKA ONE ONE, Teva, and UGG, have launched their latest masterpiece: the ENDURO Lite Low. This groundbreaking hiking shoe combines the rugged durability of mountaineering gear with the lightweight agility of running shoes, setting a new standard in outdoor footwear. At just 325 grams, the ENDURO Lite Low ensures every step feels effortless, thanks to its SuperCriticalFoaming lightweight shell and ETPX Superfoam filler.

The shoe’s Vibram Litebase Megagrip outsole with 6 mm lugs offers unparalleled traction. At the same time, the perforated eco-tan Nubuck upper provides excellent breathability and quick drying. Designed for the toughest environments, the ENDURO Lite Low features a split fork composite carbon plate and a 5 mm ATPU anatomical insole for dynamic comfort and stability. The padded rear cushion and extended lacing system with a top lace cover enhance fit and feel, making traditional, bulky hikers a thing of the past.

This shoe is built to last, with innovative design elements that minimize breakdown time and ensure long-lasting performance. Say goodbye to clunky, stiff hikers—embrace the freedom of movement and the confidence to tackle any trail with the ENDURO Lite Low. Priced at $185, this shoe is your ultimate companion for fast, secure, lightweight hiking adventures.

Deckers X Lab continues to push the boundaries of footwear innovation, blending lifestyle construction with high-performance technology. Its commitment to dynamic comfort, elevated performance, and sustainability shines through in the ENDURO Lite Low, which is available now for $185. Elevate your hiking experience with this cutting-edge shoe.

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