The Bridger Range's west facing slopes get plenty of autumn sunshine, making the trails ripe for late season adventure. Leave the range’s gleaned-over southern end to the after-work crowds. The northern end offers a cornucopia of steep, off-camber trails leading to magical, isolated mountain playgrounds. The Bridger Low's webbing eyelets prevent toe pinch while scrambling up the steep gnarly crags; a B-DRY waterproof/breathable membrane keeps feet dry during boggy berry picking in the meadows; and a TPU chassis offers stable support during knife-edge ridge traverses.
High density EVA sculpted arch with the goal of placing the foot in a neutral position
High density EVA deep heel cup - Provides support and improves natural cushioning
There’s no denying feet sweat and trails can get muddy. There’s also no denying the ability of our proprietary waterproofing system, B-DRY, lets sweat escape while keeping moisture out.
Granite Peak Outsole
Our quintessential hiking outsole built to be supportive and protective. If you’re tired of feeling rocks and roots underfoot look no further.
The map molded in the bottom of the outsole features Granite Peak, the tallest peak in Montana.
Granite Peak Midsole
Nylon shank offers added support between heel and forefoot.
Single-density EVA midsole provides supportive balanced cushioning.
TPU chassis adds protection and torsional stability underfoot.
Molded heel Counter
These counters help shoes maintain a snug, comfortable heel hold over time.
Molded toe cap
Protects your toes from rocks, roots and trail debris while adding improved durability.
Three core components make up our B-DRY waterproof system starting with our proprietary tape-sealed polyurethane film bootie. Hydrophobic upper materials keep the shoe watertight while our textile lining wicks sweat away.
Medium volume feet tend to be standard width with some combinations of high and/or low arches and a high and/or low instep.
Men’s standard width is C in the heel and D in the forefoot (according to Brannock Device®). Patterns and materials in a given model may influence fit. We always recommend trying our footwear on to ensure the best possible fit.