Olive Panamoc®

Olive Panamoc®
Style Code: 8385

Price: $45.99
Was: $89.99

Ideal for: Camping and Hiking, Outdoor Lifestyle, Rocky Terrain

  • Sole Pattern – Sand Shark Lug
  • Upper – Olive Water Resisting Nubuck Leather
  • Reinforced Toe and Heel Areas
  • Outsole – High Abrasion, Slip, Oil and Acid Resistant, Non Marking Rubber
  • Midsole – Shock Absorbing Lower Density Polyurethane
  • Removable Innersole – Dual Density Polyurethane with TPU support cradle
  • High Breathable Linings
  • Elastic Gore Openings
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“I have been stomping around the city and the desert for about 3 weeks now wearing Altama's Panamoc shoe.  I can't say enough about the level of comfort I have felt while wearing these shoes.  In the city I literally feel like I am walking on a cushion of support, and in the desert during hikes I feel like I am walking above the terrain.  Normally in a shoe you will feel the rocks and pebbles as you walk over them.  Well so far I have hiked about 9 miles while wearing the Panamocs. With all that hiking, the Panamocs still feel as comfortable as the day I first put them on!  Altama's commitment to excellence has me sold, I don't think I could ever find another company to match their comfort and quality.  Plus the tread on the Panamocs has so much grip, that I could literally hike up inclines with out a hiking pole or staff.  If you are looking for some very comfortable everyday, every terrain style of shoes, then I highly recommend picking up a pair of Panamocs.  They retail for $99.99 and can be purchased from www.altama.com. So far, the four trips I have taken out into the bush have been no match for the Panamocs.  I will be looking for a more challenging area but I highly doubt the Panamocs won't perform above and beyond their intended use. This has been the first review of 2010 for Wilson's Wilderness, please come back for more gear reviews and thank you for stopping by.” – Wilson Wilderness - Jake Wilson
“Love my Panamocs!” – MSM
“Ask anyone who has spent some time in the service in the past 40 years and chances are they've had a pair of Altama boots on their feet at one time or another. My first set of Jungle boots that I picked up back in 1988 at Ft. McClellan, Alabama were Altamas and I ended up putting many, many miles under those boots both in the service and in the woods hunting and camping. Those same lessons that soldiers have learned in the field, backpackers and hikers know as well. When you spend a lot of time in boots, it's nice to be able to take them off, let them air out, and slip into something lighter when you get back to camp. That holds just as true at a firebase on an Afghani mountaintop, or in a hunting camp in the Ozarks. The Panamoc was designed by Altama to appeal to our troops in the field but it has a lot to offer to civilians as well. For a second set of footwear to wear around camp, or even as a primary pair of hiking shoes for day trips, wear around the campsite, or to slip on at home for work around the house, the Panamoc has a lot to offer. Overall, I have to say I really like the concept of the Panamoc a lot. Having a shoe you can slip on quick is great both around the house and around camp. At home I found myself tossing them on any time I had to run outside to get the mail or newspaper, do some stuff around the house, or even when I was making a quick run to the store. Being able to just tug them on and go is great. Like slippers, but for the outdoors! At camp they come into their own even more as far as I'm concerned. The one thing I've really learned to cherish in a couple of decades of hiking, military service and police work, is being able to get out of the hot sweaty boots you've been wearing for hours on end and to be able to change socks and slip on fresh pair of shoes. I've tried all sorts of different things over the years for this but I think the Panamocs may be one of the better solutions I've seen. The Panamoc seems to give you the best of both worlds: the full protection of a leather shoe, with the slip on convenience of Crocs or sandals. ” – Tim Stetzer - WoodsMonkey.com