The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Redux Leather Boot - Men's

The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Redux Leather Boot - Men's
The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Redux Leather Boot - Men's
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Back-To-Berkeley Redux Leather Boot - Men's by The North Face
The Back-To-Berkeley Redux Men's Leather Boot is The North Face's answer to the question, "if I don't know where I'm going today, what shoes should I wear'" Classic, casual style, courtesy of the waterproof leather upper and contrast stitching, meets up with Redux's waterproof HydroSeal waterproof membrane and PrimaLoft insulation to create a boot that's at home just about anywhere you choose to go. It's comfy, too, with an OrthoLite ReBound footbed and cushy EVA midsole, and at home on wintery ground, since The North Face hooked it up with a Winter Grip rubber sole that's complete with temperature-sensitive IcePick lugs, so you'll have bomber footing on snow, dirt, and slippery sidewalks.

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SKU: TNF01VZ
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