Goleta, Calif. – June 11, 2024 – Deckers X Lab, the minds pushing the limits of footwear innovation and design, today launch the Enduro Lite Low, the latest innovation from Deckers X Lab. This revolutionary hiking shoe merges the toughness of mountaineering gear with the lightweight agility of running shoes. At just 325g (M9), the Enduro Lite Low ensures every step feels effortless, thanks to its SuperCriticalFoaming lightweight shell and ETPX Superfoam filler. The Vibram Litebase Megagrip outsole with 6 mm lugs provides unmatched traction, while the perforated lightweight eco-tan Nubuck upper ensures breathability and quick drying.

Designed for the most rugged environments, the Enduro Lite Low offers dynamic comfort with its split fork composite carbon plate, 5 mm ATPU anatomical insole, and a padded rear cushion. This shoe delivers stability, grip, and safety without the bulk, making clunky hikers a thing of the past. Extended lacing with a top lace cover and a rear comfort pillow further enhances the fit and feel, while the shoe’s innovative design minimizes breakdown time, ensuring long-lasting performance. Say goodbye to clunky, stiff hikers – the Enduro Lite Low is your ticket to a new era of hiking comfort and performance.

Embrace the freedom of movement and the confidence to tackle any trail with the Enduro Lite Low—your ultimate companion for fast, secure, and lightweight hiking adventures.

Details and Specs:

●  Foam: SuperCriticalFoaming Lightweight shell and ETPX Superfoam filler

●  Outsole: Vibram Litebase Megagrip with 6 mm lugs

●  Sock liner: 5 mm ATPU anatomical insole

●  Upper: Perforated lightweight eco-tan Nubuck / Extended lacing + top lace cover / Rear

comfort pillow

●  Carbon plate: Split fork front and rear Composite plate

●  Upper: In order to hold the foot securely while having easy lacing, an internal extra stability brace at midfoot, made through 3 webbings. In addition, the upper portion is folded and stitched to reduce the friction with the lace and increase the strength of pulling.