The North Face Women's Havoc Mid GTX XCR Hiking Boots
Dont wreak havoc on your feet; protect them with the Women's The North Face Havoc Mid GTX XCR Hiking Shoes so you can move fast and light over technical terrain. Dont let stormy weather slow you down, these hiking shoes have GORE-TEX waterproof and breathable membrane to keep moisture out while the full grain leather toe and mudguard add extra protection for creek crossings and muddy terrain. Beneath your feet, a plate protects the forefoot while a superlight Vibram rubber outsole grips slippery surfaces for maximum traction when the going gets tough. A mid-height cuff supports the ankles and the Poron resource heel and forefoot cushioning pads give your feet the padding and protect needed for those long multi-day excursions.
- Material: Full grain leather toe and mudguard
- GORE-TEX® waterproof/breathable membrane
- Combination compression-molded EVA and injected PU midsole
- Welded-synthetic, breathable midfoot
- Northotic™Pro upgraded EVA footbed
- Poron® Resource Heel and forefoot cushioning pads
- ESS CRADLE™support
- TPU Snake Plateâ„¢
- Superlight Vibram® rubber outsole
- Weight (Â½ pair): 1 lb (456 g)
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Reviews - The North Face Women's Havoc Mid GTX XCR Hiking Boots
Got these on a great sale and initially wasn't thrilled with black as the only color available (since the men's Havoc is made in red.) However! The fit is fabulous and I'll just learn to live with the dark shade. I have VERY high arches and am a supinator, with a tendency towards plantar fasciitis, which means I need lots of padding underfoot and a neutral shoe base with a lot of flexibility. I'm a big fan of North Face's Ultra GTX-MCR mid and the Single-Track running shoes, so I'm getting where I have a real bias towards TNR for footgear. (I'd add those as clickable links at the bottom of the review but for some reason the search tool won't pull them up...?) These really fit the bill. They're insanely comfy and feel a lot like the GTX-MCR, only a little more stable. Also I'm thinking they're going to be warmer when I'm hiking in the park nearby next January. I would definitely buy these again and may buy another pair. They fit true to size, maybe a little small, so if you're on the edge between, say, a 7.5 and an 8 go for the 7.5.
Very comfortable and supportive
I wore these right out of the box. I haven't gone hiking yet, but I wore them out in the rain and they were very comfortable. they didn't feel clunky at all. They felt more like a pair of running shoes. I look forward to taking these on a hike soon!