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Whether you were one of the many people who scrambled their way up the rocks to watch as The Dead played in Squaw Valley back in the summer of ‘91, or simply love hula-hooping in fields of begonias to the resonating melodies of jam-band festivals, the North Face Back to Berkeley boots will get the job done. An “I scaled a mountain for Jerry” badge is planted on the tongue to let your crew know that whether hiking, rock scrambling, or picking your guitar in the pines, you’re always going to be passionate about listening to jam-sessions and musical improvisations echoing through canyons. Combining the fashion with function, the Back to Berkeley backs you up with a solid casual hiking boot to keep your ankle supported as you careen your way to the front row of technicolored tie dye.
The uppers are decked out with suede and canvas that hugs your foot, and they're secured with laces that you can cinch down to get the fit dialed just where you need it to be. These shoes, while on the casual side of a hiking boot, will definitely keep your feet snug and supported for whatever the adventure is that captures your hearts desire. Durable TNF rubber equipped with aggressive IcePic temperature sensitive lugs that grip the dirt to keep your feet planted securely for mild to moderate hiking. Top things off with the North Face's own Ortholite ReBound insole and TPU heel cup, so you can keep the fire off your feet and on the mountain where it belongs.
- Boots for casual hiking and hitting your local jam band festival
- “I scaled a mountain for Jerry” badge, so folks know you love the Dead
- Keep your foot secure with Suede and Canvas uppers
- Durable TNF Rubber with IcePic lugs keep your footing secure
- Ortholite ReBound footbed supports your arch
- EVA midsole with TPU heel cup supports your foot and heel