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Good boot - I don't believe I had the right fit. My…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Use: Hiking, Dayhikes, rough trail
Break-in Period: 2 years still waiting
Weight: unknown
Price Paid: Unknown

Good boot - I don't believe I had the right fit. My first and wonderful pair of older North Face hiking boots developed a serious defect (popping sound) in the soles. North Face no longer made that shoe so they sent me a replacement in the Light GTX in the same size. Problem is different fit. Horrible fit, actually. They feel very large and somewhat "clumpy." Also rub in a different way that I've never been able to resolve. I will try to contact North Face to resolve but right now I am leaning towards buying a new and different brand, such as the Asolo TPS 520.

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They have been to W.Va. and in the mountains of Montana…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Materials: leather, gore-tex and manmade upper
Use: mountain hiking/dayhiking
Break-in Period: months
Weight: ?
Price Paid: $80

They have been to W.Va. and in the mountains of Montana this past summer and the rubber bottom began to peel off.

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The North Face Trek Light GTX

Discontinued

The Trek Light GTX has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$9.97 - $130.00

The North Face Trek Light GTX is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 28, 2007 at Backcountry Outlet.

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