The North Face Triple Divide


These are nice waterproof shoes, the full-leather…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Materials: Light hiking shoes
Use: Any trails, bike, city, travel...
Break-in Period: none
Weight: 2 lb. 6 oz.
Price Paid: CAN $130

These are nice waterproof shoes, the full-leather model. The interior is mesh lined, which provides nice comfort in summer. The sole made by TNF is good and provides a good grip on wet terrain. The X-2 shank makes it rigid enough for some rough trails, and still give suppleness to the stride. It is really a solid shoe, and quite waterproof, even if there are many seams on the upper. Although it is verrrry comfortable and nicely shock absorbing for long urban outings on the concrete, I wouldn't wear it for trail running.

That said, I used them in many many outdoor pursuits, as a camp shoe, or biking, dayhiking, even rock scrambling ( the toe rubber is pretty grippy) and... hitchhiking! Great shoe, little costly but got mine in a discount sale for 50$ !!!!

Got these with the Superfeet Synergizer Hiking Footbed…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Materials: Proprietary Leather with Special Waterproofing and Tanning
Use: Rough Trail With pack load of 45 lbs
Break-in Period: 50 Miles
Weight: 2.2 lbs
Price Paid: $130 CND

Got these with the Superfeet Synergizer Hiking Footbed (30.00 CND) and it's like walking on a cloud. Except for the round laces that came with the boot these are perfect. Very comfortable fit and the deep lugs on the sole provide excellent traction. I suggest using the NIK WAX Waterproofing before using these boots.

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The Triple Divide has been discontinued.

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The North Face Triple Divide is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen sometime before 2006 at US Outdoor Store.

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