HaleStorm

$ 140

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Supremely functional, stylish, and sustainable; we pair our aggressive Trail Grip™ outsole with an upper that balances waterproofness and breathability. The full wrap WeatherGuard shields bottom of the boot from rain or slush while the supple, sustainable hemp upper provides comfort and durability. For trail or town, this boot is the best for both worlds.

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Color: Black Tan

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Details

Intended Use: Casual, Travel, Hiking
Uppers: 77% hemp / 23% recycled polyester. WeatherGuard is Polyurethane.
Midsole: EVA, Level heel to ball, medium arch
Outsole: Aggressive 5mm Trail lugs with flex grooves. Made from G.15™ high friction Rubber.
Foot to Ground Distance: 21mm heel, 20mm ball
Fit: True to size (Up to D width)
Weight/Shoe (size 9 US): 382g (13.5oz)

G15

This G compound is formulated for premium grip while also providing "excellent" abrasion resistance. Its low durometer means the rubber is softer and therefore conforms well to the ground.

 

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  • Hale-YES!!

    February 19, 2020

    Thanks Astral for giving me what I was missing...I've loved working in Brewers in the summer, NOW I have Halestorms for the winter! Love the light weight, back pull loop and lugs. I put silicon spray on the hemp to keep 'em looking sharp! Ordered a little bigger 13M then my reg 12.5, and with a winter sock, fit great. How about 4 speed lace catches for the last two high ankle lace hole sets?

    submitted by: West S., Denver, CO

  • Halestorm delivers as an every-day shoe ready for rainy days and colder weather.

    February 13, 2020

    Love the grippy, 'ready to soak' line of Astral Shoes but when the cold-front follows the storm I swap to boots or wear a bag over my socks to keep cold wind and splashes at bay. These Hale-storms might just be Astral's response. Sure, they look like heavy boots - and i hate my boots - but these wear like sneakers. They are very light, squishy, have a stiffer sole than the Brewers (like TR-1's) and my toes stay warm even in freezing wind. So far my socks are staying dry - not sweaty - even in 70 degree rainy weather. I usually lace half-way, for easier transitions at the river or shoe-free homes (double knot is key). In short - they look like 'rain / snow boots'' but wear like normal Astrals, just better suited for winter winds or wet conditions than the rest of the line. Worn for one week straight. Impressive. It's not even cold out anymore, they just feel good. Haven't gotten them fully wet yet - I'll edit later or add a note on how that goes.

    submitted by: Clay Wright, Walling, TN

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