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The North Face Endurus Hike Mid GTX Hiking Boot - Women's

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    4 Reviews


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    Maybe you never thought you’d actually do the whole Colorado Trail, but that was before you wore the Endurus Hike Mid GTX Women’s Hiking Boot from The North Face. It’s light - well under a pound per boot - but the Endurus is well equipped to handle heavy loads and rugged alpine trails, with a plush OrthoLite footbed and an XtraFoam midsole that promotes comfort in key areas and stability around the outside of your foot.

    Odds are good you’ll encounter plenty of snow, mud, and streams on your journey, but the Endurus’ Gore-Tex membrane is more than capable of handling these obstacles. It keeps water out and won’t turn your feet into sweaty messes, and the FlashDry collar lining dries quickly to make you forget about that last stream crossing in a hurry. And, since your sole is what’s keeping you upright in consequential terrain, The North Face used an ultra-grippy Vibram XS Trek for maximum traction.
    • Lightweight and waterproof hiking boots for serious wanderers
    • Gore-Tex membrane balances waterproofing and breathability
    • FlashDry collar lining dries quickly after storms and stream crossings
    • OrthoLite footbed provides long-lasting cushion
    • XtraFoam midsole promotes comfort and stability
    • Vibram XS Trek sole offers unparalleled traction on all terrain
    • Seamless TPU quarter panel and toe cap protect your feet from sharp rocks
    • Item #TNF037Z

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    synthetic, TPU welded toe
    Gore-Tex membrane
    XtraFoam, EVA, ESS Snake Plate
    Vibram XS Trek
    Claimed Weight
    [single] 13.4oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year limited

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    Absolutely waterproof!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Let me start by saying that I much prefer hiking in trail runners than any type of boot. These are a bit heavy for my taste but they are far more flexible and responsive than hiking in my winter boots. We had recently moved and the trail conditions near home are far more a combination of wet & muddy trail than deep snow. Without that deep snow, I'm wanting to hike longer days, more miles. My trail runners are not waterproof and my winter Merrell boots are far too heavy and stiff. After some debate, I opted for these. I had them out on the AT where the trail had turned into a stream, well a muddy stream. It had snowed a few inches the day before and was then a mushy mess. Despite stomping through deep puddles and mud, my feet were 100% dry. They were comfortable on trail, but I found them not to be that comfortable on a long stretch of road walking. The grip was fantastic as I cruised over wet rocks and trail during a hours long hike through freezing rain and sleet. I'm planning on getting the trail runner version of these since they were very comfy on my feet and provided good support on trail and the TR version is built nearly identical to these but much lighter (and not goretex.

    As for the boots, I'll truthfully only use these when trail conditions won't permit a non-waterproof shoe. That's not to say these aren't good and if you like a boot, you'll love these, but boots just aren't for me.