About Lowa Maddox GTX Lo Trekking (Navy/Limone)
An ultra-lightweight athletically inspired training shoe. A one-pull speed lacing ensures easy tightening and even pressure distribution. The midsole is a dual density DynaPU® with the upper PU MONOWRAP® layer providing stability and support, while the bottom layer provides shock absorption. The Enduro Evo outsole has sharp edge lugs and a heel brake for reliable traction in all terrain. 100% Vegan. Durably waterproof/breathable.
Double Injection : Comfort and cushioning is further improved for specific uses with a complex injection-molding process using a layering process.
DynaPU : LOWA’s proprietary PU midsole material is extremely light- weight yet provides ideal support, durability and rebound.
Rubber Sole : Conceived and developed by LOWA, this rubber outsole varies in its rubber blend, has a tread design with varying lugs, both factors based on intended use. Ideal for off-trail use.
Monowrap Support : Our exclusive PU frame technology delivers outstanding comfort and support.
Soft Stabilizer : Nylon joint-stabilizing element offers optimal support for recreational activity.
Minimal Seams : Construction design minimizes the number of seams to prevent possible friction or pressure points.
Vegan Freindly : Made without animal ingridients or byproducts.
Gore-Tex : Guranteed Waterproof Footwear.
- Upper: Microfiber & Synthetic
- Lining: GORE-TEX
- Insole: ATC
- Midsole: Double Injection DynaPU®
- Outsole: LOWA Enduro Evo
- Stabilizer: ATS Soft
- Weight: 350 g/Single Shoe
- 100% Vegan
"The Maddox GTX Lo has become my go-to all-terrain shoe. I love the sock-like fit. I have been using this shoe for snowy trails. My running spikes fit like a glove on them."" – LOWA Ambassador Marcus Garcia
About Lowa Brand
LOWA Sportschuhe GmbH was founded in 1923 in Jetzendorf, a town located near Munich. The company still has its headquarters in this town in Upper Bavaria, even though it became part of the Italian Tecnica Group in 1993. At the time of the acquisition, the company produced 350,000 pairs of shoes each year – today, the number has risen above 2.7 million. The people responsible for this success are modelers, shoemakers, warehouse specialists, procurement managers and all other employees at LOWA.