Browning Footwear Announces 2017 Spring Line

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posted on March 8, 2017
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Earlier this year, Browning re-entered the footwear market with the arrival of its Buck Shadow boot. For spring 2017, the line's expanding to include a new Trail Footwear Collection.

The Trail Footwear line, which features offerings for both men and women, is meant to be ready for any hiking trail or pre-season scouting trip. It will feature three different models: the Buck Pursuit Trail, Delano Trail and Glenwood Trail. Women's sizes range from 6-11 with half-sizes from 7.5-9.5, while the men's sizes range from 8-13 with half-sizes from 9.5-11.5.

"When we designed the Trail Footwear Collection we wanted to create durable and comfortable shoe to meet a wide range of needs,” said Browning Footwear Director, Chris Dunn. “The entire line of footwear fits the quality standard consumers expect from the Browning name."

The 2017 Browning line features a higher-density foam for added comfort, a compression molded EVA footbed with arch support, sueded overlays and abrasion-resistant materials.

For more information, go to SPGOutdoors.com.

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