What it means to wear the Vasque Breeze WT GTX

Sporting the Breeze WT GTX easily translates to cozy feet in cold conditions. Other than that, expect the following:

  • Safe and comfy landings, thanks to its stout midsole with cushioning pods
  • Ample breathability courtesy of its vent ports and mesh panels
  • Sufficient water and snow protection
  • Enhanced midfoot support, thanks to its sturdy-yet-springy arch shank
  • Grippy hikes on frozen surfaces

Additional info

  • The WT in its name stands for Winter Terrain.
  • If it is not yet winter in your area, consider the non-insulated Breeze LT GTX. This hiker is currently one of the lightest boots in the Vasque Breeze catalog.


How Vasque Breeze WT GTX ranks compared to all other shoes
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