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

The North Face Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Women's
The North Face Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Women's
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Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe - Women's by The North Face
You were really looking forward to getting out for a hike this weekend, but now the forecast is showing rain showers starting around mid-day. Rather than cancelling your plans, turn to The North Face Women's Storm III Waterproof Hiking Shoe and enjoy some time outside. The mesh and suede upper provide support and breathability when you're out on the trail, while the HydroSeal membrane seals out water when the clouds eventually open up. Equipped with forefoot protection, these hikers defend your feet when you're scrambling over rocks to reach the overlook. The Vibram XS Trek sole offers an ideal blend of flexibility and wet traction giving you confidence as you navigate rain-slick terrain.

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