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The North Face Philter

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While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Philter. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The North Face Women's Philter is designed for those who seek breathability and drainage from a sport shoe. Moisture can wreak havoc on a day on the trail if you aren't prepared, that's why The North Face designed the Philter. Ideal for damp and muggy environments, the Philter is constructed of water-resistant synthetic nubuck to help prevent the wearer from getting wet. If the wearer does become water-logged, the open-air sandwich-mesh helps the Philter and the feet quickly dry out. The Philter's non-marking HydroTrak rubber outsole comes complete with integrated drainage ports that act like a bilge pump for your feet.

- Backcountry Outlet

Specifically engineered for a multitude of fast-paced activities where drainage and breathability are a must. Utilizing the Palu Outsole construction the user can travel through wet environments and keep the feet from becoming waterlogged. Special drainage ports in the Philter's outsole let water escape freely and the unique, removable one-piece insole/midsole prevents water absorption and enhances drainage. UPPER Water-resistant synthetic nubuck and open-air sandwich-mesh upper Molded rubber heel-support strap Dual-density internal footbed/midsole combination with molded drainage channels BOTTOM Non-marking HydroTrak rubber outsole with TPU injection-molded shank and integrated drainage ports Palu Outsole.

- Campmor

The North Face Women's Philter


The Women's Philter has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$22.70 - $79.95

The North Face Women's Philter is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 3, 2009 at Backcountry.com.

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