Vasque Canyonlands Ultradry notable features
The Vasque Canyonlands Ultradry is crafted for adventurers with an emphasis on versatile protection and rugged durability. An UltraDry membrane lines its 2mm nubuck leather and abrasion-resistant mesh upper for water protection and breathability.
Cushioning and stability are handled by a Vibram SPE (Specialized Performance Elastomer) midsole. The hiking boot’s Vibram Lite Wolf outsole delivers surface traction on virtually all types of terrain.
Size and fit
This hiking boot from Vasque caters to male and female hikers. It is available in whole and half sizes, as well as standard width offerings. It’s built on the brand’s Arc Tempo + Last which prioritizes a roomier toe box design. The hiking boot’s conventional lace closure system creates a personalized fit. Also, the Canyonlands Ultradry generally runs true to size.
The Vasque Canyonlands Ultradry’s Vibram Lite Wolf outsole has aggressive lugs which renders traction over challenging terrain, including wet and slippery surfaces. It’s made of an XS Trek compound, making this component resistant to wear. Its self-cleaning channels grant optimal grip by shedding dirt and debris. Also, the sole’s tip extends toward the boot’s forefoot end for additional toe protection.
Providing a cushioned and stabilized ride to the wearer is the footgear’s Vibram SPE midsole. It uses a dual-density ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) construction which grants lightweight support, rebound, and shock absorbency. A thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) shank is integrated for added rigidity while a dual-density EVA footbed grants arch support and underfoot comfort.
The Vasque Canyonlands Ultradry’s 2mm nubuck leather upper contains abrasion-resistant mesh panels, making it robust and breathable. It includes an UltraDry membrane to keep water out while allowing excess moisture to escape.
This Vasque product uses a series of eyelets and metal hooks for fit personalization. Its padded collar and tongue boost comfort while a pull tab at the back permits an easy on and off. The hiking boot’s forefoot area is reinforced with a rubber rand which improves durability and provides protection from accidental bumps.
- Outdoor aficionados who place more importance on agility, lightness, and breathability should go for hiking shoes that don’t weigh much. Some examples that can be considered are the Vasque Juxt and the Merrell Moab 2 Ventilator.
- Those who want to do away with closed footwear models may find what they’re looking for in a pair of airy hiking sandals. The Ecco Yucatan and the Teva Hurricane XLT2 are among the options available for buyers.