Women’s Columbia Peakfreak II OutDry Shoe


The Women’s Columbia Peakfreak II OutDry Shoe is a lightweight, waterproof hiking shoe.

In rain or slush these women’s walking shoes provide exceptional weather proof protection and have a breathable construction.

The seamless mesh and midfoot lock down technologies make these shoes perfect for all day adventures.

Wet or dry, grass or gravel, the grip outsole keeps you steadfast on any terrain.


Women’s Columbia Peakfreak II OutDry Shoe Details:

  • UPPER: NAVIC FIT SYSTEM™ delivers a natural midfoot lock down. OutDry™ waterproof, breathable construction. Seamless mesh delivers exceptional fit and support. 3D print provides lightweight stability.
  • MIDSOLE: Techlite ™ Single density foam midsole delivers a responsive underfoot cushioning experience while providing superior comfort and stability on the trail.
  • OUTSOLE: Adapt Trax™ outsole provides exceptional traction in wet and dry conditions.
    Please note: laces and zippers incorporated in Columbia Sportswear Company footwear are not waterproof.
    Uses: Hiking

Women’s Columbia Peakfreak II OutDry Shoe Materials:

  • UPPER: 100% polyester
  • MIDSOLE: 100% POE
  • OUTSOLE: 100% rubber
  • FOOTBED: 100% PU
  • LINING: 100% polyester

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Women’s Columbia Peakfreak II Outdry Shoe – Technology:

Medium to heavy rain and snow, moderate conditions
Absolutely waterproof
Highly breathable
Superior fit and flexibility
Patented construction creates a one-piece barrier leaving no space for water to get in

Lightweight impact absorption on varied surfaces
Lightweight, long-lasting cushioning
Enhanced impact absorption and high energy return

Find out about Techlite here

Advanced traction in wet or slippery conditions.
Advanced traction system
Our best grip for wet conditions
Tread pattern delivers enhanced trail performance

Women’s Columbia Peakfreak II Mid Boot – Who is the brand Columbia?

Born and raised in Portland, Oregon, Columbia Sportswear Company has been making gear so that Pacific Northwesterners can enjoy the outdoors for more than 70 years. At the helm for over 40 years has been their Chairman, Gert Boyle. Her Tough Mother persona has grown Columbia into the global sportswear company that it is today—still based in Portland, still making no-nonsense apparel and footwear to keep you WARM, DRY, COOL and PROTECTED no matter what. Their unique Pacific Northwest heritage and Boyle family irreverence is what sets them apart from the competition.

Columbia are a family business gone global. Chairman Gert Boyle’s parents — German nationals who fled Nazi Germany in 1938 — purchased a small hat company upon their arrival in Portland and named it Columbia Hat Company, after the river that inspired their new home. This humble beginning was of huge significance to the family, marking new found freedom and a fresh start. Her husband later took over, and after he died Gert ran the show, going from housewife to executive overnight. Today, her son Tim Boyle is our longtime president and CEO. The family — like the business — has experienced its ups and downs, but enjoying the outdoors together has always been integral to its success.

This gear was made in a factory supporting BSR’s HERproject™, a multifaceted program that strives to empower women working in global supply chains through health, finance, and gender equality training.

At Columbia Sportswear, we believe we can have a positive impact on the world by improving the lives of women and men in our supply chain.
That’s why we partner with our suppliers and nonprofit organizations like Business for Social Responsibility (BSR) to implement HERproject—a multifaceted program that strives to empower women working in global supply chains by delivering training on improving health (HERhealth), finance (HERfinance), and gender equality training (HERrespect).

We specifically look at programs that improve the lives of women as they represent 75% of Columbia’s global supply chain workforce.

The HERproject mission is to unlock the full potential of women working in global supply chains through workplace-based interventions on health, financial inclusion, and gender equality.

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