The North Face Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Men's

The North Face Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Men's
The North Face Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Men's by The North Face
Saturated trails won't keep you from getting your daily hike in when you have The North Face Men's Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe. Its Hydroseal membrane keeps your foot dry when you're stomping through puddles and trekking in the rain, but it's still plenty breathable to keep your foot from getting soaked from hot and humid weather. Ample cushioning keeps your toes from getting tired when you're crossing rugged terrain, and the Vibram XS Trek outsole offers reliable traction on everything from dry, dusty canyons to mud-caked mountain trails.

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SKU: TNF038G
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