The North Face Men's Hedgehog Guide GTX Hiking Shoes
For speed hikes or lightweight, weekend backpacking trips, lace up The North Face Hedgehog Guide GTX Hiking Shoes for men. These tough hiking shoes feature a breathable mesh upper with a durable, PU-coated leather toe cap and a waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex membrane. A seamless, welded, synthetic leather forefoot prevents blisters and helps to regulate temperature inside the shoe, and the gusseted tongue fends off dirt and gravel debris. The TPU shank provides lightweight support and the TPU Snake Plate delivers superb forefoot protection when you're trekking over rugged terrain. Cradle Guide technology in the midsole naturally absorbs impact, stabilizes the foot and promotes a biomechanically correct stride to achieve the perfect balance of stability, cushioning and comfort. Underfoot, lightweight Grippy Vibram rubber provides excellent traction and grip over uneven, muddy or slippery trail conditions without weighing you down. From the summit ridge to the urban forested park, you'll love the lightweight comfort of the Hedgehog Guide GTX Hiking Shoes.
- Upper: Abrasion-resistant, breathable mesh; PU-coated leather toe cap for durability
- Gore-Tex® Extended Comfort Range waterproof, breathable membrane
- Seamless, no-sew, welded, synthetic-leather forefoot
- Cradle Guide™ technology in the midsole to enhance impact control during foot strike and encourage a natural stride
- Welded, synthetic, overlay-reinforced midfoot
- Gusseted tongue
- Northotic™ Pro 2.0 footbed
- TPU shank for lightweight support
- TPU Snake Plate™ forefoot protection
- Outsole: Exclusive lightweight Grippy Vibram® rubber
- Weight (half pair): 13.4 oz; 384 g (size 9)
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Reviews - The North Face Men's Hedgehog Guide GTX Hiking Shoes
Bought this pair in Taupe Green/Citronelle Green for my bf for our hiking trips. He really liked the color to begin with. When we went hiking on the mountain, he said the soles have more confident and way better grip on slippery rocks than his Nike. Though the bottom of the shoes are hard (he said to protect the feet better) it's still comfortable walking for hours. He also tried to wear it to work to see how comfortable it would be and he's happy with it. The pair did make the loud noise when he walked around in his office though probably because of the GTX layers. Overall, he really like it so I'm satisfied with my purchase.