The North Face Ultra 109 GTX Trail Running Shoe - Men's

The North Face Ultra 109 GTX Trail Running Shoe - Men's
The North Face Ultra 109 GTX Trail Running Shoe - Men's
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Ultra 109 GTX Trail Running Shoe - Men's by The North Face
The North Face Men's Ultra 109 GTX Trail Running Shoe handles trails even when they're still snowy so you can get your running sessions in at the start of spring. Gore-Tex Extended Comfort Range gives this neutral shoe guaranteed waterproof protection that's also highly breathable, and the lightweight mesh upper is reinforced with PU-coated leather for longevity. The compression-molded EVA midsole makes this shoe comfortable enough for day-hiking and short backpacking trips. The North Face also added a TPU toe cap for protection, an ESS midfoot shank for torsional stability and light pronation control, and a TPU Snake Plate at the forefoot for even more stability. UltrAtac rubber covers the sole to help you stay on your feet over icy surfaces.

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SKU: TNF00DW
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