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Shrug off fast hikes through rocky terrain, even if inclement weather threatens your quest.
- Gore-Tex Extended Comfort Range (XCR) waterproof breathable membrane blocks moisture from the outside while allowing sweaty moisture to escape from within
- Welded synthetic fabric also works to boost breathability
- Shoe last has a slim shape with a secure heel pocket and generous space in the forefoot area for comfort when ascending quickly or descending steep terrain
- Leather toe, rubber toe cap, and mudguard provide additional protection from hazards
- Cradle technology uses a TPU plate for stability and EVA cushioning underfoot for impact absorption
- Northotic Pro EVA footbed and Poron Resource Heel material combine stability with cushioning and forefoot cushioning pads keep your toes comfy in rough terrain
- TPU Snake Plate offers additional protection and rigidity underneath your forefoot
- Durable and grippy Vibram outsole holds tight on slippery or loose surfaces
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
These boots fit great out of the box. Fit is true to size, but they do run a bit narrow. Took them out for an 8 mile hike as soon as I got them, and glad I did! They provide great ankle support, and I haven't had any issues as far as blistering.
The North Face Havoc Mid GTX XCR Shoe
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Did a 10 mile hike 3 days after getting these. Nice and light, flexible to the terrain, good support.