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Support for the long haul.
- Gore-Tex Extended Comfort Range membrane provides guaranteed waterproof and breathable protection
- Nubuck and split suede uppers lend water proof protection and rugged durability
- Mesh collar and tongue provide ventilation
- Northotic 2.0 footbed is bio-mechanically designed for comfort and support
- Dual-density EVA midsole with Cradle Technology is designed to enhance a natural stride while providing the cushioning and support needed for tough terrain
- PU midsole bottom layer provides cushioning, rebound, and increases durability
- ESS protection pad in the forefoot protects against impact
- Rubber toecap and mudguard improve durability
- Vibram rubber outsole provides a secure grip on a wide range of terrain conditions
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
Fits true to size. Offers good support for ankles. I have used on maintained trails and not maintained. Wear to work some as well. Only reason not a five star is because balls of feet have rubbed a little raw on extended use (over 6 miles). That might have been fault of socks as well. Kept feet dry in mud and snow. Overall, good performance and would buy again.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
So after wearing them for 3 straight weeks between cold weather and snow/ice conditions, they are great to wear. I would have to say a bit harsh at the beginning, but they are actually great on my feet, had two problems at the start:
1. ordered half size big, because of other impressions, and they are true to size
2. the inner layer was a bit hard on the outside of my feet, nothing that after 2 weeks of use wouldnt get over and actually improve the overall condition.
So far, the boot is great!
So what does the lifetime warranty...
So what does the lifetime warranty cover?
Generally when manufacturers say "lifetime warranty" that does not mean your lifetime, but rather the reasonable lifetime of the product. These are outdoor products after all and at Backcountry.com we use our gear hard. If there is a defect in the product TNF will likely take care of you. If the defect is that the shoe did not turn out to be bear proof, TNF will probably not be able to help. But if that is the situation you may have bigger issues to deal with than thrashed shoes. For more specific information I would go to: