Emerica High Laced GT Shoe

Priced: $59.48 - $170.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Emerica High Laced GT Shoe -
The Emerica High Laced GT Shoe is the classy piece of apparel with functionality you've been craving. Featuring premium full grain leather for the slick look with standard lacing, a tough exterior sole of Vibram to keep these going for a while, then add on a breathable textile liner to wick moisture away and a cushioned footbed for immense comfort for all day hauls. Made for the streets and perfect for any urban adventure. The Emerica High Laced skate shoes.
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Skate-shoe heritage meets classic work-wear style in the Emerica High Laced GT Shoe. With a full-grain leather upper and a slim silhouette, the Laced High oozes style and durability. Pair that with a highly abrasion-resistant and non-slip Vibram outsole, and you have yourself one mighty boot there, pal.
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Footbed:Cushioned
Liner:Breathable textile lining helps wick away moisure
Outsole:Vibram
Upper:Premium full grain leather
Weight:1 lb 1 oz

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Emerica High Laced GT Shoe Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These boots are great for the price. If you get your correct size, they fit great. Vibram's trusted sole on Emericas laced upper make for a classic look and comfortable fit. I have two colors in these and wear them frequently. A great buy.

John Marchant at Backcountry.com on 01/03/2013

Negative Reviews:

The most uncomfortable boot I've ever worn. I wore them once and got blisters on my heels. The shoelace snapped when loosening the shoe and I ripped some of my skin off trying to put the shoe on. Just a horrible boot!

Alec Williams at Backcountry.com on 10/31/2012