|$81.99 - $96.00
The North Face Back-To-Berkeley - Men's: North Face clothing presents a mid-cut insulated boot that combines an old-school look with a new-school tech. The Back-To-Berkeley North Face ski boot features HydroSeal waterproof protection to keep you dry and seal weather out. This North Face boot also has 100g Primaloft insulation and TNF Winter Grip rubber outsole to deliver winter protection.
The North Face Men's Back-To-Berkeley Boot Canvas.
A lighter-weight, spring/summer version of the iconic Back-To-Berkeley Boot features a cotton canvas upper and the same retro, throwback styling. UPPER/ 100% cotton canvas upper. Protective, PU-coated leather mudguard. Durable, metal lace hardware. Tonal, secondary lace option. Comfortable, moisture-wicking Trek-Dry® lining. OrthoLite® footbed. BOTTOM/ Die-cut EVA midsole. Durable, 40% recycled rubber outsole. Weight per 1/2 pair: 13 oz (370 g). Weight per pair: 1 lb 10 oz (740 g). * weight based on Men’s 9.
Country of Origin: Imported
The clean, classic lines of this retro-inspired boot is a throwback to enjoying the outdoors during a simpler time. The new design for 2013 is crafted of lightweight cotton canvas with a moisture-wicking Trek-Dry® lining for improved breathability in mild weather. Durable metal lacing system facilitates quick entry and provides a secure fit around the foot and ankle. Coated leather mudguard protects lightweight fabric close to the ground from dirty streets or muddy trails.
|Approximate Weight:||13 oz (370 g) / 1 lb 10 oz (740 g) based on Men’s 9|
|Avg. Weight (Pair):||2 lb.|
|Boot Insulation:||PrimaLoft, 100 g|
|Circumference:||14 1⁄2 in|
|Fit:||classic, comfortable athletic-fitting last; excellent for all-day, everyday wear|
|Heel Height:||1 in|
|Insulation:||100g PrimaLoft Eco|
|Outsole:||TNF Winter Grip rubber|
|Platform Height:||1⁄4 in|
|Recommended Use:||winter casual|
|Shaft:||5 1⁄2 in|
|Sole:||TNF winter grip rubber (40% recycled), ice pick lugs|
|Upper Material:||[upper] PU-coated polyester ballistic mesh; [upper] suede; [insert] hydroseal waterproof membrane|
|Warmth Rating:||Very warm casual|
|Weight:||1/2 pair 1 lb (482 g)|
|Weight [with packaging]:||8M: 2.7 lb, 9M: 2.75 lb, 9.5M: 2.85 lb, 10.5M, 10M: 2.9 lb, 11.5M, 11M, 12.5M: 3.05 lb, 12M: 3.1 lb, 13M: 3.15 lb, 14M: 3.3 lb|
|The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Boots Blue||$89.95 - $89.98|
|The North Face Back-To-Berkeley 68||$64.99 - $109.99|
|The North Face Back-To-Berkeley Low Down||$65.97 - $90.00|
|The North Face Back-To-Berkeley WP Nubuck Boots Grey||$89.98|
I am impressed with these boots. They are a perfect medium between shoes and boots - light, but warm. I live on the border of North Dakota and Manitoba and we have some serious winters. These boots have performed great in the 6-10 inches of snow for several hours walking the dogs. The top two sets of eyelets are shredding the laces which is disappointing. However, they did come with an extra set in another color. I prefer the red laces and contacted North Face and they sent me extra laces for free! Overall I am impressed with these boots.
These are obviously a lightweight, city-walk, "boot-version" of a walkabout shoe. I'll definitely buy'em,... but according to reviews, they will not endure water, abuse, and hard wear. They're very cool looking which attracted me, and I expect them to deliver long hours of comfortable, casual wear, without problems, for a few years: naturally, with compliments! For $90 bucks (which is nothing nowadays) what do you guys expect?: these are $90 of cool.
So far they are really comfortable and light weight. I have only worn them in the streets, not out hiking or in the woods yet but I plan on doing so. Very well made and a nice look as well.
Loving it，COOL style，cool waterproof，and nice price。
In brief: Cozy and cool for light, casual use. Expect cold wet feet for anything remotely beyond that.
I got these boots to wear around town, walking to/from work and short hikes in the snow, rain and cold. For those purposes, they are fine and I do love the look. But calling these boots waterproof is absurd. The exposed foam soles and ankles soak up moisture and funnel it into the boot when flexed. On a recent hike in very light rain the boots soaked through in about an hour to the point that I had to wring out my socks and the insoles. The boots then completely soaked a change of dry socks in a matter of steps. With each step the foam squished water into the boot. I resigned myself to water-logged feet for the rest of my 2-day trip and wishing I'd worn my goretex trail runners instead.
I have returned them for new pairs twice now and they both developed leaks. The first pair even had a bad seem where my big toe went in one of the boots and it was too painful to even wear. But they look cool.
Not very waterproof at all, two weeks in and my feet had damp patches all over.
Rubber came away from front and the inner lining rubbed off my ankle.
Very light, but not as advertised, I wouldn't buy these again.
Lightweight boots with excellent traction in the snow. I've tested them on the Glacier at Mt Hood for 2 days in 70 degree weather and they held up quite well. THey were a bit wet after 5 or 6 hrs. I would call them water resistant rather than water proof. They are a great fit for me and I believe they should work out really well in the snow especially in colder temps.