Lightweight, supportive bottom unit with Vibram sole
Waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex® XCR membrane
Coated leather upper with mesh panels
Heal Cradle® Pro support system EVA footbed
Updated to bring you a lightweight but highly cushioned trail shoe that gets you there in good stead. Features include The North Face's exclusive Heal Cradle® Pro support system, EVA footbed, and coated leather upper with mesh panels. Color: Weimaraner Brown/Algae Yellow. Imported.
The Heal Cradle® Pro consists of a forgiving underfoot material surrounded by a more supportive perimeter, which ensures a controlled heel strike onto a cushioned surface. This design offers more lateral and medial stability to the foot and positions it for a smooth transition into the next stage of the stride cycle.
Rated 1 out of 5 by zimmbo Wost Shoes Ever
I purchased these shoes because I have had North Face products before and have been pleased with them. After about two months, the soles were falling apart. Thank goodness for Shoe Goo. If you're going to do a lot of hiking, I don't recommend these shoes. The only thing these shoes had going for them was that they were comfortable. Now the insole is broken down with a big lump at the ball of my feet. If you decide to get these shoes, make sure you have some Shoe Goo for repairs.
November 22, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by bigcorey34 worst hiking boot
i bought the hiking boot at the beginning of august and it is September and they are no longer waterproof and the sole is separating from the shoe worst hiking boot ever
September 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by JesseJJr Summer Time Hiking
I do a lot of hiking with my dog and find these to be a great summer time, light weight, hiking boot. They are very comfortable and I like the 6" ankle support. They are ideal for what I use them for. I would like to see them come in a wide size, however because I specifically use them only for hiking, they will eventually form to my feet and my style of hiking.
July 2, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jett79 OK
These were just OK. Kind of tuff to break in. They seem to be well made. They look nice and are holding up fine. Just not as comfortable as I had hoped for. I know its apples to oranges but I probably would have been happier with some Wolverine 8in lace-ups. Or maybe even these in a low cut? I dont like the 6in hieght at all.
March 29, 2012
I'm looking for boots to wear while rock fishing. So if water splashes all over it and it all gets wet, are the feet will still be dry or water will get to the inside? And does it take long to dry? And how is the leather reacts to the water?
I wore these in alaska for a two week fishing trip and they were awesome. They never got wet until i walked through a glacial river that was up to my knees. They dry out fast. When water hits them it beads up and eventually runs off. I also used them in prince william sound for rockfishing and they were great.
According to the manufacturer, this boot is waterproof. On their web site, (see link) another customer had stated they do not shed water very well and stay heavy for along time. However, this boot should keep you dry. Thanks