GearBite: the Columbia women’s Conspiracy III Titanium OutDry Extreme Eco shoe

Columbia introduces the Women’s Conspiracy III Titanium OutDry Extreme Eco shoe. A women’s walking shoe that is very suitable for our climate and terrain. The waterproof, breathable Outdry membrane is on the outside of the shoe, so that it keeps your feet and shoes dry.

The walking shoe has a soft footbed that forms to your foot. Columbia has provided the shoe with a synthetic toe construction. The purpose of this is to give the shoe extra support while walking. The Techlite lightweight midsole catches when walking so you can walk for hours without pains. The shoe has a rubber outsole with Omni-Grip, this provides an excellent grip with which you can keep standing on just about any surface. The shoe has a reinforced heel and nose, a handy pull tab on the shaft and reflective elements.

Eco-friendly

The Conspiracy III Titanium is produced eco-friendly. The sole is made of 75% recycled material, and the laces are made from recycled polyester. Thanks to a new process, much less water is needed to colour the shoes. The membrane is made waterproof without the use of PFCs.

The Columbia Conspiracy III Titanium is available in both a women’s and men’s version and has a recommended retail price of € 149.95 and can be shopped here.

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Hayco Volkers
Hayco Volkers
I have practiced a multitude of sports since my youth to the present. My first sports as a child were judo and athletics. Cycling, hiking, mountain biking, kyokushin karate, diving, baseball, golf and windsurfing, rowing and krav maga were added later.

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