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Lowa Men's Renegade GTX Mid Wide Hiking Boots

SKU# LOW_10002

The Renegade GTX Mid Wide is the biggest selling boot in the LOWA range due to its exceptional versatility, at home in urban activities as well as hiking our great trails, and straight-from-the-box comfort. Features include a nubuck leather upper and GORE-TEX® waterproof/breathable lining for dry comfort, a midsole that reduces boot weight while retaining lateral stability all set on a Vibram® Evo outsole for traction and effective heel braking. Ideal for weekend adventurers.

Availability: In stock

$479.00
  • UK 8.5
  • UK 9
  • UK 9.5
  • UK 10
  • UK 10.5
  • UK 11
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Features

  • Wider in the ball area
  • Nubuck leather upper
  • Waterproof/breathable GORE-TEX® lining fully lasted to reduce bunching and hotspots
  • Climate control system: a series of perforations or holes in the boot's cuff allows air to enter the boot whilst walking movement "pumps" heat and moisture back out through the holes along with the thermal gradient which moves moisture through the GORE-TEX® lining and away from your foot
  • Climate control foot bed, with comfort perforations improves breathability, creating a blister-free world for your feet
  • Soft Flex full length stabiliser, full width nylon for good stability and comfort
  • PU Monowrap® Frame midsole, a LOWA patented construction technique that allows them to reduce overall boot weight while retaining important lateral stability
  • Vibram® Evo outsole provides good all round tread pattern with effective heel braking

Specifications

Upper Nubuck leather
Lining GORE-TEX® membrane
Insole Climate Control
Midsole DuraPU® with Monowrap® Frame
Support/Shank Soft Flex Full length full width nylon
Outsole Vibram® Evo
Average Weight 1110g (pair)

Care

Cleaning your boots:

  1. PREPARATION: Remove the insole to allow it to air and dry. Remove the laces to allow you to reach tucked away corners such as the tongue with the care products used.
  2. REMOVE THE DIRT FROM YOUR BOOTS: Brush dirt off thoroughly under lukewarm running water. For heavily soiled boots, use specialist footwear cleaning products or soap suds.
  3. INCREASE THE LEATHERS WATER their LOWA WATER STOP which is sprayed on (not stocked by Bivouac Outdoor). Helps water bead off. Regular proofing prevents water and dirt absorption. This is all the more important since leather that is completely soaked has no breathing properties, which has a negative effect on the internal microclimate of the footwear. Please note that proofing will only be fully effective 24 hours after application.
  4. MAINTAIN THE LEATHERS NATURAL SOFTNESS: Once your boots have been water-proofed they should also regularly have a water-based cream rubbed or polished into them (with a brush), especially when they have had a soaking. LOWA recommends their ACTIVE CREME which can be applied with a sponge or cloth (not stocked by Bivouac Outdoor). TIP… Apply more in the forefoot / flex zone area (it’s like a hinge) & brush away any excess. Do this immediately following step 3. Leather that has not been treated in this way dries out, becomes brittle and cracks, leaving your footwear irreparably damaged. To prevent this happening, apply your leather care product using a cloth and then polish it off with a brush. By carefully warming the leather with a hair dryer, the care product will be absorbed even deeper into the leather. We do not advise the use of oils or greases. Although they leave the leather very soft and almost waterproof, they reduce the stiffness and therefore the stability of the footwear. Furthermore, oils and greases also clog the leather pores, thereby preventing the leather from breathing (rubber boot effect). In the worst case scenario they can even dissolve the adhesives used in the footwear. DO NOT use care products containing: beeswax, animal fats and petroleum oils e.g. Dubbin, Neatsfoot Oil, Mink Oil and Sno-Seal, etc.
  5. GIVE YOUR BOOTS AMPLE TIME TO DRY: Never place boots to dry on a radiator, too near to a fireplace or oven, inside a car or in the trunk of your car. They should also not be left on the back step in direct sunlight; the ambient temperature which develops can be as bad as a heater or open fire and the UV perishes the randing.

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