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The North Face Hedgehog Fastpack Hiking Shoe - Women's

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Hike like a hedgie.

Unlike an actual Hedgehog, The North Face Hedgehog Fastpack Women's Hiking Shoe is cushy and comfortable, but like a hedgehog it's most at home out of doors. No real-life hedgies can match its water-resistant PU-coated leather and mesh upper for comfort, nor can they hold a candle to its ultra-supportive EVA Cradle Guide midsole and TPU Cradle heel stability design. While they protect from excessive impacts and help prevent rolled ankles, the TPU shanks offer extra protection, and the Vibram sole provides solid grip on rocky, sandy, and wet ground, so you don't end up slipping your way down the mountain instead of walking.

  • PU-coated leather and mesh upper
  • EVA Cradle Guide midsole
  • TPU Cradle heel stability technology
  • TPU shank
  • Vibram sole
  • Item #TNF01EU

Tech Specs

Upper Material
PU coated leather, mesh
Closure
lace
Midsole
EVA Cradle Guide
Sole
Vibram
Claimed Weight
[1/2 pair, size 7] 8.8 oz
Recommended Use
hiking & camping
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited

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Great Hikers for Newbies

    These hiking shoes are going to give you more traction than your regular tennis and are a nice option for those transitioning to hiking shoes. First time I wore these was for a weekend 40 mile backpacking trip in Yosemite and did not get blisters - went 1/2 a size up per other's suggestions and it worked out perfectly! If I was a more active/regular hiker (get out 3-5 times a year) I'd probably have to buy sturdier hiking shoes, while these are super comfortable and don't need to be broken in they don't have enough support for aggressive hikes or long backing trips. It's noticeable as the surface of the shoe has a lot of give on these shoes and requires more focus not to roll out on ankles, specifically if your hike has a lot of switch backs. Other hiking shoes are stiffer and usually need to be broken in. They have nice appeal for hiking shoes and I get compliments whenever I wear them.