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Hiking boots for Women and Men
Light, comfortable hiking footwear for women and men designed for prolonged use on trails of medium difficulty and fixed-aid climbing routes.
Ultimately, every journey is about feeling good about ourselves and others. The psychological and physical well-being it gives us is a luxury within many people’s grasp: all you need is a good pair of shoes, a nearby forest, and a few hours free. The many benefits of walking in nature have long been recognised: it tones the muscles, oxygenates body tissues, improves the cardio-vascular system, stimulates creative thinking and produces those "feel-good” hormones that reduce stress and improve our mood. On top of this, hiking allows you to fully enjoy close contact with nature, whether in the company of good friends or alone, accompanied by just the sounds of your own breathing and the pristine nature that surround you. Whether you’re taking a simple stroll or embarking on a mountain marathon, what’s important is to enjoy a totally satisfying outdoor experience. Kayland’s Hiking line includes a broad range of footwear divided by terrain types and activity intensities: expertly built hiking footwear perfectly adapted to different terrain, assuring precision and grip for via ferratas and demanding trekking. Your feet are fully protected from bad weather and ground impacts to ensure an experience that endures and lets you hike further for longer. Power your positive habits with Kayland.
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