The North Face Ultra Fastpack II GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's

The North Face Ultra Fastpack II GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
The North Face Ultra Fastpack II GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's
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Ultra Fastpack II GTX Hiking Shoe - Men's by The North Face
Hit the trail in The North Face Men's Ultra Fastpack II GTX Shoe and have time to enjoy a nice little lunch at the peak while you wait for everyone else in your group to reach the top. Built for fast pursuits, it features a welded mesh upper with embedded cables for serious support without the extra weight, as well as a Gore-Tex membrane for weather protection that won't suffocate your foot. Cables along the quarter panel provide streamlined midfoot support. Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex protects against streams, storms, and swamps without turning the inside of the shoe into a sweatbox, and a FlashDry collar lining facilitates rapid drying. The Cradle Guide dual-density midsole provides the right combination of cushioning and support, and Ultra Protect Cradle technology offers proper heel support. TNF rounded this boot out with a Vibram XS Trek outsole for traction and durability that won't slow you down.

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SKU: TNF02DG
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Manufactured by The North Face
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