The North Face Storm Mid WP Hiking Boot - Men's

The North Face Storm Mid WP Hiking Boot - Men's
The North Face Storm Mid WP Hiking Boot - Men's
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Storm Mid WP Hiking Boot - Men's by The North Face
Whether you've just hit mile 250 of the Appalachian Trail or mile 0. 5 of your winter dog walk, your feet will be psyched to be in The North Face Men's Storm Mid WP Hiking Boot. The Storm Mid is a durable, lightweight, and waterproof mid-height hiker for cushioned comfort on a variety of terrain, with a Vibram rubber sole that keeps you solidly upright whether it's snowy, muddy, or dusty. TNF designed it with a waterproof leather and mesh upper, but if that's not enough for you, it also included a HydroSeal waterproof membrane to make short work of rain, slush, and mud. The Storm utilizes Cradle heel-stability technology as well as TNF's Snake Plate forefoot protection, which allows for natural foot flex while maintaining rigidity and support and keeping your toes from getting smashed. Welded TPU overlays and a TPU shank provide additional structure, while the Storm's EVA midsole takes the sting out of long hikes, sharp rocks, and heavy loads.

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SKU: TNF01FS
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