- The Columbia Peakfreak Venture Mid Suede Waterproof is a hiker capable of taking on tough trails but still versatile enough for urban use. It has a seam-sealed membrane for weather protection.
- Thanks to its unified sole, owners can frolic around rough terrain with ample security and protection underfoot. This sole unit is also rockered, making traversals over flat surfaces more efficient.
Columbia’s Peakfreak Venture Mid Suede Waterproof is a mid-cut day hiking boot for men. Its overall fit, which the company regards as true to size, is aimed at customers with regular-width feet. It is offered in half and full sizes. Wearers may adjust and personalized its fit using the gear’s lace-up closure.
This footwear generates enough grip on the trail with its proprietary Omni-Grip outsole. Columbia designers dotted its non-marking surface with multi-directional lugs and aggressive treads for more bite over tricky terrain. Its entirety is made of long-wearing rubber.
With the Peakfreak Venture Mid Suede Waterproof’s Techlite midsole, hikers can traverse rugged paths with sufficient cushioning and stability. This shock-absorbent layer is engineered with high energy return—a feature that lessens foot fatigue. What gives users extra support and comfort underfoot, on the other hand, is the boot’s stock footbed.
The over-the-ankle upper of the Peakfreak Venture Mid Suede Waterproof from Columbia is part synthetic, part suede leather. Since its liner is built with Omni-Tech, hiking enthusiasts have a breathable kind of water protection in wet environments and conditions. A rubber-like material is engineered at its heel for extra rearfoot support. To up its game on the ventilation front, Columbia designers gave its sides and collar region ample perforations.
Its combination eyelets are metallic except for the pair of closed loops made of fabric at the flex point. A synthetic lace is set through them, making their utility come full circle.