The North Face Women's Hedgehog III GTX XCR Hiking Shoes
The latest update to The North Face's best-selling Hedgehog still incorporates everything you need in a light hiker, the Womens Hedgehog III GTX XCR features protective, waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX and a womens specific, lightweight, supportive bottom unit with Vibram rubber for secure traction in almost any conditions. Experience the cushioned comfort and reliable support of these durable low-profile hiking shoes.
- PU-coated leather upper with breathable mesh panels
- GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort Range waterproof, breathable membrane
- X-2 dual-density, compression-molded EVA midsole with Heal Cradle Pro rearfoot support system
- Northotic Pro upgraded EVA footbed with Poron® ReSource heel and forefoot cushioning pads and ESS Heal Cradle Pro support
- Injection-molded TPU shank plate
- Weight (per pair): 1 lb 6 oz, 620 g
Purchase the The North Face Hedgehog III GTX XCR Hiking Shoes for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- August 17 2011
I hike over uneven ground including wetlands/wet areas for my work and these boots are perfect. They are light enough to wear both in the office and out in the field. My feet stay dry walking through wet grass and boggy areas but they are cool and breathable.
- May 28 2011
This is an excellent quality shoe as far as I can see. Unfortunately, it didn't fit my foot. The shoe has a fairly narrow front, a wide-ish heel, and not a lot of arch support. My foot has the opposite shape, so I have to return them. It's a shame, because I love the khaki/red color, great cushioning and durable look of them. Was very impressed with the quality.
- August 16 2011
Durable pair of shoes
I normally wear a size 5 in shoes but based on reviews I bought a these shoes 1/2 size bigger in case I want to wear thicker socks for long and cold hikes. It didn't long to break them in, I wore them around the house for 30 minutes and a week later took them to Grand canyon with me. Due to the heat I frequently ran under a water faucet to cool my core temperature down and within a couple minutes my sneakers were dry and my socks were never wet. After a long 7 hot hours i came out with only a baby blister on my toe probably due to thin socks. Definitely will wear it with my next hike.