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The North Face Men's Hedgehog GTX® XCR® III Hiking Shoes

The North Face Men's Hedgehog GTX® XCR® III Hiking Shoes
List Price: $120.00
Our Price: $39.82
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Model Year: 2011-2013

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 4002061701100



Description Technical Specs
The North Face Men's Hedgehog GTX® XCR® III Hiking Shoes are designed for multisport athletes and adventure racers, this lightweight, low-profile hiking shoe is optimal for all-terrain use. It's lightweight, waterproof, breathable and durable. Added mesh panels on upper increase breathability crucial on long treks. Grippy Vibram® outsole aids with footing over slick, uneven terrain.

The North Face® Heal Cradle™ delivers precisely correct performance to the outdoor athlete: In rugged terrain or when the athlete is bearing a moderate to heavy load, Heal Cradle™ utilizes a polyurethane (PU) foundation to maximize shock absorption. The topmost Heal Cradle™ layer has a slightly cupped shape that literally cradles the heel, helping to stabilize it in the process. Ultimately, Heal Cradle™ seamlessly offers more lateral and medial stability to the foot, positioning it for a smooth transition into the next stage of the stride cycle.

GORE-TEX® Footwear is breathable, durably waterproof, and engineered to keep feet dry and comfortable at all times. Protect your feet properly and you’ll feel the difference during active outdoor pursuits and rugged, everyday wear. GORE-TEX® Performance Comfort Footwear offers cutting-edge protection, plus performance during winter activities. Complete waterproof protection ensures feet stay dry, even in unexpected wet weather


  • X-2™ dual-density, compression-molded EVA midsole with Heal Cradle™ Pro rearfoot support system
  • Injection-molded TPU shank plate
  • Exclusive lightweight Vibram® rubber outsole
  • GORE-TEX® Extended Comfort Range waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Northotic™ Pro upgraded EVA footbed
  • Poron® ReSource heel and forefoot cushioning pads
  • ESS Heal Cradle™ Pro support

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 2 Write a review

Great Shoe! September 2, 2014
Reviewer: Gift Shop Boys from lawrenceville, GA United States  
I read on an online review that these shoes are rated #1 in hiking shoes.  Of course, nothing long and treacherous, just for day hikes or similar.

I found these at about eighty bucks, with a coupon it was +/- sixty five.  Then it was advertised for forty on the Sun Ski site, and they priced matched that and gave me the coupon.  All in all, I paid under thirty for this!!

I'm not a hardcore hiker, just something that'll get me going on a day hike.  So far with limited hikes, its as advertised, its GREAT!

Very squishy soles (as in soft).. shoe is light.. waterproof (went over a small stream).. soles have good grip..  I did slip on the stream, but again, its the stream. I'm finding excuses to wear the shoe as often as I can.  I'm a mountain biker so I'm not sure how long it will take for these shoes to wear out.

Bottom line, I'm trying to see if I can get another pair for under thirty.  If I can, Ill definitely have would like to have a spare going on.

buy it!!

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Hedgehog III GTX hiking shoe January 13, 2014
Reviewer: D. from Coppell, Tx  
The Hedgehog III  was my second choice. Overall, I'm pretty pleased with the shoe:  they don't hurt my arches, like many shoes do, have good traction and look good, too.    Fit is slightly larger for size 11 which I bought,.  I tried going down a half size and they were too tight, so I kept the size 11's.

My complaints:  The advertisements say that they have EVA insoles.  In actuality, the EVA in the Insole consists of a part under the heel and a diagonal section under the forefoot.  The edge of the forefoot piece can be felt as a small ridge under the foot. The jargon about heel cradle and arch support appears to be overstated, as most of that seems built as part of the removable insole of the shoe. Re the claim about the Vibram outsole of the shoe:  The outsole looks like it is comprised of two parts, the majority of which is a black material. The smaller part is the one has the Vibram logo on it and is a different color.

What was my first choice?  The Moab GTX.

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