Things the Trail 2650 Campo brings to the hiker’s table
Every piece we have in our collection of hiking kicks comes with a dedicated facts and features section. The Trail 2650 Campo, of course, is no exception. That said, the featured hiker has facets that require a little more spotlight to be appreciated. What we mean are as follows:
Locked-in heel, roomier forefoot. This hybrid fit is made possible with Danner’s proprietary heel counter and DT6 last, which leaves the toe box slightly wider than most. This means that you can pull off more daring strides in the Trail 2650 Campo minus the cramped toes.
Dust gaiter ready. If you want to double down on debris protection, you will be happy to know that this Danner shoe has a built-in gaiter ring. Once you have a pair on, getting sand between your toes will be a thing of the past.
Heat-dissipating footbed. If you are a fan of third-party inserts, think twice before getting rid of the Trail 2650 Campo’s default insole. Why? Because apart from having antimicrobial properties, which deal with stink, the footbed in question also has air circulation capabilities. With it, arid regions pose little threat.