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The North Face Tyndall Mid

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I'm a woman who wears a size 12, men's 10.5. I needed…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $75

I'm a woman who wears a size 12, men's 10.5.

I needed a waterproof hiking boot at the last minute. Finding a woman's 12 in local stores is a joke so I opted for a men's hiking boot. I needed something comfortable, waterproof and a little bit of ankle support. I found all three in the Tyndall.

I wore the Tyndall on an intense hike. It was intense because of snow, ice and having to maneuver over rocks. I felt it performed beautifully. I was even able to cross over a stream by walking across a fallen tree.

In other words, the boot felt like it was part of me. It's not big and clunky. It's flexible like a sneaker and I love the fact that it's waterproof.

Now that winter is here, I wear them while walking my dogs in the snow. 

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The North Face Tyndall Mid

MSRP:
$80.00 (men's)

The North Face Tyndall Mid is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 9, 2013 at Sierra Trading Post.

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Specs

men's
Weight 1 lb 13 oz / 820 g