The technical build is as follows: one piece of seamless 2.2mm reversed leather that moves to a foot bed of cotton top sheeting and internal coconut fibers that naturally inhibit growth of bacteria, while providing a natural moisture-wicking feature.
The Michelin outsole transforms what would be considered a fashionable shoe into a very versatile one that can handle different terrains, while adding additional stability and support, with the added benefit of traction on uneven terrain. And even with that added support, you’re not giving up on how ranged the styling is, as they can work for everyday use or for trail hikes. Garmont gives you the freedom to choose… It’s really up to you.
The Tikal offers a fresh, natural feel, while the sole gives you a firm foundation to roam with, which I found to be very attractive, comfortable, and capable of handling my versatile on and off-road lifestyle. All in all, I found that the Tikal shoe is very well-built, aesthetically pleasing, and is a great transition from bare sandals and flipflops in the summer months.
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