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Frye Ryan Lug Hiker

The Ryan Lug Hiker from American boot manufacturer Frye, offers both a rugged sportiness and a sophisticated look. The lug bottom hiker boot has a casual cold-weather look, and expresses the attitude of a seasoned thrill-seeker, yet its lower rise feels appropriate for everyday wear as well. Other details include a cushioned leather footbed for all-day comfort, a back heel loop for easier entry, a thick toe bumper for added protection, and a durable rubber outsole with lugged pattern for excellent traction and stability. Available in several colors.

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