The North Face Hedgehog Guide GORE-TEX Shoe (Women's)
Go further than before in The North Face Hedgehog Guide GORE-TEXÂ® Shoes. These are completely waterproof women's trail shoes, and they've got loads of support too. There's an EVA cradle to keep feet stable and aligned, and there's a TPU shank to provide support underneath. THe Northoticâ„˘ footbed cushions against the impacts of uneven ground. The North Face Hedgehog Guides' have a VibramÂ® sole for great grip all the time.
- GORE-TEXÂ® waterproof, breathable membrane keeps feet dry
- Synthetic and mesh upper materials for durability
- PU-coated leather toe cap for abrasion resistance
- Northoticâ„˘ Pro 2.0 footbed cushions against impact
- EVA CRADLE GUIDE encourages proper gait
- Snake Plateâ„˘ provides extra protection in the forefoot
- TPU shank for support
- VibramÂ® rubber sole for good traction
- Average weight: 11.5oz per shoe
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"Purchased this shoe for my wife , wondering if you could advise that this shoe is good for long walks."
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Question by Bob Rajwani on 10/6/2013 - 1:36 pm
"This is a great trail walking shoe, and will provide continuous comfort on long walks. "
Answer by Alex (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/7/2013 - 9:46 am
"I have an old pair of North Face hiking shoes that I want to replace. They have X2 written on the heels. I'm not sure what that means but I really want the sideways heel support that these have. I purchased a pair of Merrel hiking shoes and don't like them nearly as much. I find I slip and fall a lot in them. I'm looking at the North Face Hedgehog and hoping that it has the sideway support that my old pair has. Can you tell me if this support is as great or greater than other North Face styles? I walk trails where there is a lot of rock slopes and often hike off trail. No mountain climbing but some steeper slopes. "
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Question by Sheryl on 5/8/2014 - 11:17 am
"After speaking with The North Face, they let us know that the X-2 technology is from 2008. They did say that this shoe would be a good option for you as a replacement. They also recommended The North Face Wreck as well. Hope that helps!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/9/2014 - 1:07 pm
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