-The Garmont Agamura Knit (men’s and women’s) is targeted at wearers who require a combination of versatility and agility on their trail-to-rock escapades. Its knit construction promises sufficient breathability, making it an ideal gear to use in warm conditions.
-Just like its suede leather sibling, the Garmont Agamura, this approach shoe is built with the tech called Anatomically Directed Design. This brand-exclusive tech, also known as a.d.d., promotes the natural capability of the foot to remain stable over rugged terrain. It also enhances the shoe’s shock-mitigating ability.
A low-cut shoe for male and female approach adventurers is the Garmont Agamura Knit. Since it belongs to the brand’s Active fit category, its confines are broader overall. The a.d.d. technology leaves it with a spacious toe room. Its lacing system provides a straightforward approach to fit personalization.
The Agamura Knit grants enough surface traction over different types of terrain with its Vibram Rock outsole. It comes with aggressive treads and multi-sided lugs for extra grip on loose- and soft-soiled surfaces. The toe end of it is treaded so that users can smear and edge on it with increased slip resistance.
This approach shoe has its provision of stability and cushioning sourced from its one-piece midsole. It is made of ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA), a sturdy foam-like material known for its high rebound rate, as well as lasting durability. Its sides are engineered with ridges to give approach hikers additional lateral grip on low-grade climbs. The tapered construction of this component gives the Agamura Knit a slim and pointed silhouette.
For additional comfort underfoot, Garmont shoemakers paired it with a footbed made of polyurethane (PU). The presence of this removable element also gives the foot extra support, especially around the arch region.
The breathable low-top main shell of the Agamura Knit is made of lightweight knit fabric. Its plush lining is courtesy of Lycra. A heavy-duty pull loop is stationed at its heel, allowing wearers to get in and out of the shoe without too much hassle. Synthetic overlays reinforce its sides. A cord-like synthetic lace and combination eyelets make up its fit management system.
The shoe parts consisting the a.d.d. technology are found in the Agamura Knit’s upper. These components include the gear’s differential ankle pads, precision lacing, asymmetrical collar, roomy toe box, and anatomical tongue.