Wednesday, 17 May 2017 10:12

Berghaus expands summer footwear range with new Expeditor Active shoes

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Berghaus has launched a new range of shoes that are built for making the most of a summer in the outdoors.

The men’s and women’s Expeditor Active shoes are as rugged and waterproof as hiking boots, but lightweight, flexible and comfortable like trainers. Designed for exploring trails and hills, the shoes come with a promise of sustained performance after over 1,000 hours of outdoor testing in the UK.

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Made from British suede with breathable pores, the Expeditor Active shoes use waterproof and breathable Berghaus AQ® linings and the company’s own OPTI-STUD® outsoles. A grippy rubber compound provides great traction at all times, while the cushioned midsoles and OrthoLite® footbeds deliver great support and comfort from the off.

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The Expeditor Active shoes weigh only 810g (men’s size 9)/705g (women’s size 6) and retail at £100. They are available now from and selected specialist outdoor retailers

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