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- The Vasque Breeze III outsole is updated from the Vibram Contact to the Vibram Contact Grip. Created using the Megagrip compound, it offers traction on various terrains.
- Vasque’s All Terrain Compound (ATC) midsole is partnered with a compression molded EVA to deliver a cushioned and comfortable ride. The nylon shank stabilizes the foot while a dual density EVA footbed enhances comfort.
- This mid-cut desert hiking boot retains the 2.0 mm nubuck leather with air mesh. This material combination gives water resistance and breathability. The toe and heel counters, as well as the mix of eyelets, add to the profile of the Breeze III.
- The Breeze III from Vasque is built on the Arc Tempo+ last. Unlike the previous Arc Tempo, the current one has a toe area that's straighter. It no longer curves around the pinky toe. It is also wider than the previous last.
The Vasque Breeze III is a hiking boot for men and women. It fairly runs true to size and comes in full and half sizes. It is offered in standard and wide widths too. The locking ankle hook enables fit customization on the top and bottom part of the boot. The Breeze III is constructed on the Arc Tempo+ last that grants enough toe room.
The exclusive Vibram-Vasque outsole, the Contact Grip, is made of a Megagrip rubber compound. It creates a balance between stability and flexibility to increase ground sensitivity. This sole bites into various terrains, whether wet or dry.
The All Terrain Compound (ATC) midsole is a chassis for a compression molded EVA foam. This setup enhances rebound, compression resistance and torsional stability. The midsole unit has a rockered form to promote a smoother stride.
Adding up to the cushioning is a dual-density EVA footbed. Support and flexibility are being handled by a TPU shank.
The Breeze III from Vasque has a 2.0 mm nubuck leather with air mesh panels, making the boot breathable and resistant to water. The toe and heel counters have air vents to maximize airflow while adding durability. Webbing eyelets and hooks make up the lacing system and a pull tab at the heel assists in easier on and off.