The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Low WP Hiking Boot - Men's

The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Low WP Hiking Boot - Men's
The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Low WP Hiking Boot - Men's
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Back-To-Berkeley Low WP Hiking Boot - Men's by The North Face
There's no reason to limit yourself to clunky hiking shoes with excess rubber whenever you want to go on a hike. Preserve your style whether hiking or on your daily commute with the classic Back-To-Berkeley Low WP Hiking Boot from TNF. Designed with ultimate protection from the elements in mind, the DryVent waterproof membrane gives you confidence to venture off the beaten path without worrying about getting your socks wet. The leather upper is abrasion-resistant to give you complete confidence in your footwear on rocky trails. The IcePick lugs on the outsole provide extra traction on wet, muddy, or icy surfaces.

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SKU: TNFZAFU
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