The North Face Men's Storm Mid Waterproof Wide Hiking Boots


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Size Chart
  • 7.0 WIDE
  • 7.5 WIDE
  • 8.0 WIDE
  • 8.5 WIDE
  • 9.0 WIDE
  • 9.5 WIDE
  • 10.0 WIDE
  • 10.5 WIDE
  • 11.0 WIDE
  • 11.5 WIDE
  • 12.0 WIDE
  • 13.0WIDE
  • 14.0WIDE

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Product Information:

Navigate the trails in The North Face® Men's Storm Mid Waterproof hiking boot. This waterproof leather boot shields feet from rainy weather, while the HydroSeal® membrane allows air to flow for the most comfort. The EVA midsole enhances cushioning, keeping feet in their most optimal condition the entire climb. Uneven surfaces don't stand a chance with the Vibram® outsole, gripping the ground tight for outstanding footing.

  • Waterproof leather upper keeps feet dry in wet environments
  • Mesh collar and tongue maximizes comfort and fit
  • HydroSeal® waterproof membrane allows air to flow while keeping water out
  • Welded TPU overlays on quarters for structure
  • Compression-molded EVA midsole with EVA CRADLE™ heel-stability technology increases cushioning for lasting wear
  • TPU shank and Snake Plate™ forefoot for added protection
  • Rubber screen toecap delivers added durability
  • Vibram® outsole delivers unbeatable traction in the most rugged conditions
  • Wide width for a roomier fit
  • Weight: 1 lb 3 oz
  • Style: CA6D
  • The North Face
Country of Origin: Vietnam
Web ID: 46747046

Customer Reviews:

Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by North Face Uncharacteristic Fail As an avid outdoors person, I think The North Face is a trusted brand in outdoor gear and one I seek when looking for equipment and gear. This is why I was so surprised by the absolute epic fail of the Storm Mid Waterproof boot while out for a six-day hike along the Appalachian Trail. Previously I had used these boots in two shorter Pinhoti Trail shake-down hikes of 6 and 12 miles respectively after purchasing them our local outfitter. The boots needed to be broken in and no problems arose. The boots saved that for when I was on the much harder Appalachian trail and carrying a heavier load (~ 30# with food + water) along steeper ascents and descents. There were three major failures in the backcountry: 1) The waterproofing gusset between the tongue and the laces dug in to both ankles that would make each step a torturous experience (Ankles swelled so much you couldn't see them); 2) The boots do not breathe ? at all, causing moisture from sweat to accumulate despite wearing Wigwam socks, liners and Gold Bond powder. Problems manifested in the biggest blister I've ever had; and, 3) The tread has already started to separate from the bottom of the boot despite only hiking less than 50 miles in to them. I had just purchased them less than 3 months before the long AT hike. The problems manifested after the first major ascent some 5 miles in to the hike (Winding Stair Gap) and then progressively got worse. Luckily 26 miles in to the hike I came across a local outfitter near the trail and was able to swap out my North Face boots for a pair of similarly priced boots. These boots affirmed the problems associated with the North Face Storm Mid Waterproof boots. While similarly priced none of the problems above occurred during the next 30 or so miles to Fontana Dam, our terminus point for this particular section hike. Given the design flaw in the tongue waterproofing gusset it is a blessing that the treads prematurely separate. Your money is better spend on a different, more comfortable and durable boot. August 20, 2016
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