The North Face Storm III Hiking Shoe - Men's

The North Face Storm III Hiking Shoe - Men's
The North Face Storm III Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Storm III Hiking Shoe - Men's by The North Face
Built for day-long comfort and support, The North Face Men's Storm III Hiking Shoe features an adaptive, dependable construction that keeps you on your feet, rather than feeling like you'd rather be four paws up on the couch. A suede and mesh upper provides equal parts breathability, structural support, and protection from trail-side obstacles, while the foam-lined collar and tongue prevent bruising and discomfort. Additionally, the Ortholite footbed assures hike-long support, and the EVA midsole attenuates shock and an energetic feel underfoot. Not to mention, the ESS Snake Plate protects your forefoot from errant rocks or roots.

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SKU: TNF038H
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