Made for the rough and tough terrain, the NikeLab Gaiter Boot handles all types of rugged trekking with a weatherproof design to protect your feet. Known to be the brainchild of designer Jun Takahashi of Undercover and Nike Gyakusou, the NikeLab Gaiter Boot has a durable nylon upper with a zip buckle fastening that is placed across the forefoot to secure the ankle and foot in place. The water-repellent design and materials helps prevent water from entering the foot. The rear toggle helps lock down the forefoot in place for a secured fit.Underneath is an articulated, rugged foam midsole unit which provides lightweight support and plush cushioning.The outsole is treated with a rugged pattern for optimal grip on slick surfaces and traction.
By purchasing this product, the customer, abide by our return policy regarding exclusive launch products which is as follows: Any item that is considered a launch product, exclusive or limited release is always considered final sale. Returns or exchanges for a limited product will not be honoured. If you cancel an order before the package is shipped, a 20% restocking fee will apply. We appreciate your cooperation and thank you for shopping with Capsule.
Returns or exchanges may be done within 7 days from purchase date. We kindly ask that all valid returns must be in unworn condition with attached tags and packaging. Capsule will not accept any returned merchandise without prior written communication and valid return authorization number. Upon inspection and approval, exchange or store credit will be provided, no refunds. All sale items and discounted merchandise are final sale and cannot be returned.
Nike was founded in 1964 as Blue Ribbon Sports by Bill Bowerman, a track-and-field coach at the University of Oregon, and his former student Phil Knight. They opened their first retail outlet in 1966 and launched the Nike brand shoe in 1972. The company was renamed Nike, Inc., in 1978 and went public two years later. By the early 21st century, Nike had retail outlets and distributors in more than 170 countries, and its logo—a curved check mark called the “swoosh”—was recognized throughout the world.