The North Face Storm III Hiking Shoe - Women's

The North Face Storm III Hiking Shoe - Women's
The North Face Storm III Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Storm III Hiking Shoe - Women's by The North Face
You might just have time to scamper up a talus field for some climbing then take the pooch on a hike before the afternoon thunderstorm rolls in, and The North Face Women's Storm III Hiking Shoe is ready to rip no matter what terrain you sick it on. Long days on the trails are taxing on your tootsies, so the Storm III is built with a suede geo panel for midfoot support, a luxuriously comfortable OrthoLite footbed, and compression-molded midsole that makes miles feel like millimeters. As you hop from boulder to boulder, the tried-and-true Vibram rubber lug pattern preserves your lizard-like traction on wet and dry surfaces.

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SKU: TNF038R
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