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You might be tempted to reach for a full-blown hiking boot when you head out to a particularly craggy, slippery scramble and hike, but you'd also rather not deal with excess weight on your feet. Trust in The North Face Women's Havoc Shoe and it will deliver you to the peak safely. Features like breathable midfoot fabric, a protective plate underneath the forefoot, and a Vibram outsole all work together to provide control and support through technical terrain. Your running shoe won't provide enough support and your mountaineering boots are far too heavy, so reach for the best of both worlds: the Havoc Shoe.

  • 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
  • Welded synthetic fabric is breathable to allow sweaty moisture to escape from within this shoe
  • 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
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I am moving to Thailand and only have a...

I am moving to Thailand and only have a certain amount of room to pack so I am looking for a shoe that can double as a hiking shoe and a running shoe. I will probably be doing more running but I am also not sure the type of terrain I will be on, whether or not its a trail or asphalt. Any recommendations?

Alison, that's exactly what these shoes are made for. These crossovers have a little more support than your standard trail running shoe and are a light weight hiking shoe. Now I wouldn't suggest running in these on asphalt. Its not that you can't run on asphalt with these its more that you will shorten the live and wear out the rubber faster than a street shoe.