Technical gear innovators at Arc’teryx have developed one of the year’s most exciting and unique footwear concepts, Adaptive Fit, which utilises a separately manufactured inner liner and outer shell for superior breathability, comfort and water resistance.
The range’s top-of-the-line models also allow you to remove the inner liner and use it as a comfy and convenient camping slipper!
Arc’teryx Adaptive Fit footwear has an inner liner and outer shell which are manufactured separately. The tiny gap between the inner and outer gives your feet space to breathe by letting heat and moisture escape and cool air enter. By eradicating the need for a tongue, the shoe maximises both breathability and water resistance.
In the Acrux2 FL (pictured) and Bora2 Mid, the inner liner can be removed and worn as a convenient and comfortable camping slipper (pictured). Having a removable inner also means that it can be easily cleaned (to prolong the life of the shoe) and that you can dry your footwear faster on and off the trail.
The inner is crafted with Gore-Tex Performance Comfort Stretch, which gives you a more comfortable and personal fit.
It also has an integrated EVA foam for even more breathability between the skin and outer shell.
The removable inner liner in the Acrux2 FL and Bora2 Mid both come with a protective rubber sole.
Water resistant, highly breathable and grippy approach shoe.
Hiking and light climbing approach shoe with a removable liner.
Waterproof, highly breathable and grippy approach shoe for longer walks
Trekking boot with removable liner, but light enough for short walks and scrambles