The North Face's lightest mid-height hiking boot for women.
Weighing in at just a little over a pound (per pair), The North Face Women's Mid HyVent Hiking Boot will give you the support you need to backpack to your destination while feeling like a light, comfortable slipper on your foot. While the mid-height cuff protects your ankles from rolling, the rubber toe cap and ESS forefoot protection plate make sure you don't get sore feet halfway through your hike. And with HyVent's waterproof breathable element, you'll only need one shoe for backpacking in wet and dry weather.
- HyVent waterproof technology blocks wetness and remains breathable so you can hike comfortably in any weather
- Seamless synthetics make this boot The North Face's lightest mid-height boot to date
- Lace closure keeps your foot well-supported through any terrain, while welded TPU overlays on the quarters add structure
- Gusseted tongue keeps debris out so you don't have that rock jabbing your arch half a mile in
- Northotic Pro 2.0 footbed has a 2mm molded Ortholite top layer and a 3mm EVA bottom layer for added comfort and protection
- Cradle Guide technology uses soft-density EVA at the heel to cushion foot-strike, and firmer-density EVA in the middle (for support and stability) and on the medial side of the toe area (for transition and toe-off)
- Rubber toe cap and ESS forefoot protection plate give a surprising amount of protection to this lightweight hiking boot
- Vibram rubber outsole provides superior traction without weighing you down
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Lightweight and Comfortable
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
- Fit: True to size
My wife ordered a pair of these and the first thing she noticed was how lightweight they are. The lightness of these boots doesn't take away from the support they offer, and they are really comfortable boot.
She typically wears a size 8 and the 8 in these boots fit great with light to mid-weight socks.
Im confused as to what the shoe sizes are...
Im confused as to what the shoe sizes are going by on this website, I'm from Australia and am unsure as to where this company is actually based. Should I be converting my size to American measurements? My foot length is 25.4cm or 10'' which I believe is an American 9.5 right? And Is it worth me getting a half size up to accommodate for thick socks?
These shoes are listed in U.S. sizes. My wife typically wears a US size 8 and ordered the size 8 in these boots. They fit great and work well with medium thickness socks. If you wear really thick socks it may be worth it to size up a half size.