Developed for the young and dynamic consumer, this mid-cut boot offers lightweight and waterproof performance in a variety of climatic conditions.
Suitable for many outdoor activities, from trekking to everyday leisure activities in urban environments.
Integra Mid WP - by Garmont
- 4-15 including half-sizes
- Garmont’s Anatomically Directed Design (a.d.d.®) enables your foot’s natural ability to stabilize, absorb shock, and propel forward
- Asymetrical ankle cuff are lower on the outside and taller on the inside for better edging, greater overall stability and comfort when traversing and scrambling
- Tongue matches the asymmetric shape of the top of your foot and ankle
- Precise fit around the ankle bones for better stability and support
- The shoe flexes like your foot for out-of-the-box walking comfort
- Features a straighter shape to accommodate the natural position of the big toe
- Anatomical contours that are smooth and rounded, closely following the shape of the human foot for a more comfortable, ergonomic fit
- Shoes engineered with GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort product technology
- Vibram high performance rubber soles
Upper 1.6 – 1.8 mm suede leather Lining Footbed Weight 520g (1/2 pair size 8US) Size Range 4-15US, including 1/2 sizes
Garmont boots are warranted to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 1 year from the date of purchase. If you suspect such defect, please return the product to the retailer where you purchased it with proof of purchase or contact Garmont through this link. Warranty does not apply to normal wear and tear or to damage as a result of abnormal use, poor fit, abuse, negligence, improper modifications or repairs.
Damage due to wear and tear can often be repaired. Prices vary depending on age and wear of you boot.
Note on Boot Sole Separation :
It is common by almost all hiking boot manufacturers to use Polyurethane foam as a midsole material for support and cushioning. Normally it performs exceptionally well and is quite durable, especially with regular, ongoing use.
Depending on environmental exposure it sometimes breaks down in older products after longer periods of non-use. Although that sounds counter intuitive, it is the case with foams and rubber that are left to sit for longer periods. It is a process called hydrolysis. The inactivity will cause the material to become brittle, basically dry rot. You may have witnessed it with other products such a bicycle, tractor tires, etc.
The combination of the environmental conditions when it was stored and the period of time it was stored are the likely causes for the failure. Under these circumstances, due the likely age of the product and the likely reason for failure, it is not covered under warranty. It is a use issue (or lack of use in this case), not a quality issue.