The North Face Blaze Mid - Women's

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A lightweight, streamlined hiker built with a breathable, abrasion-resistant mesh and CRADLE(TM) technology for all-day comfort, stability and protection. UPPER/ Rubber screen-print toe cap for lightweight protection and durability. Leather overlays for structure. Breathable, abrasion-resistant mesh. Gusseted tongue. EVA footbed for underfoot cushioning. BOTTOM/ Compression-molded EVA midsole with CRADLE(TM) heel technology. High-abrasion UltrATAC(TM) rubber outsole. Weight per 1/2 pair: 9.4 oz (267 g). Weight per pair: 1 lb 3 oz (534 g). * weight based on Women's 7.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Free Shipping. The North Face Women's Blaze Mid Boot DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Women's Blaze Mid Boot Upper: Rubber screen-print toe cap for lightweight protection and durability Leather overlays for structure Breathable, abrasion-resistant mesh Gusseted tongue EVA footbed for underfoot cushioning Bottom: Compression-molded EVA midsole with Cradle heel technology High-abrasion UltrATAC rubber outsole The SPECS Last: L\TNF-001N Approx Weight: 1/2 pair: 9.4 oz / 267 g, pair: 1 lb 3 oz / 534 g This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The North Face Women's Blaze Mid

previously retailed for:
$71.99 - $89.95

The North Face Women's Blaze Mid is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 29, 2013 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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