Onward and upward.
The North Face Men's Ultra Hike II Mid GTX Boot is ideal for tackling technical terrain while carrying a heavy pack. It sports an internal cable cinch and hiking-specific midsole for the stability and support needed to handle uneven trails, steep ascents, and rocky ridgelines.
Abrasion-resistant mesh offers the right combination of breathability and durability, and PU-coated leather overlays increase toughness where it's needed most while keeping weight down. Cinch cables wrap around your foot from the laces for maximum support and minimal friction. Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex keeps water out when you're trekking through wet terrain or rainy weather without turning your foot into a sweaty mess. The Flash Dry collar lining wicks away sweat and dries rapidly.
The new hiking-specific Cradle Guide midsole places a layer of EVA on top of a PU layer to deliver the perfect blend of support, cushioning, rebound, and lightness. Adding even more stability is an Ultra Protect shank plate, and Ultra Protect Cradle technology ensures proper heel support. It's finished off with a Vibram Megagrip outsole for reliable traction on all surfaces, in any conditions.
- Abrasion-resistant mesh upper
- PU-coated leather overlays
- Internal cable cinch with TPU cable housing
- Flash Dry collar lining
- Gore-Tex membrane
- Cradle Guide PU and EVA midsole
- Ultra Protect Cradle technology
- Ultra Protect shank plate
- Vibram Megagrip outsole
- Item #TNF02DD
- Q & A
Second Pair of North Face Hiking Boots!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
These boots are an improvement over the Ultra-Fast Pack Mid (which I still have). My main concerns when buying a boot are weight, ankle support, and bottom rock protection (sharp rocks). This boot covers all these aspects and is complemented by the phenomenal Vibram Mega Grip sole. They run a bit large, not too large but just enough to add a nice pair of thick hiking socks. Once broken in they are even more comfortable. I would recommend these boots.