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Fortress Peak GTX
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Fortress Peak GTX

 
Fortress Peak GTX

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Fortress Peak GTX

Manufacturer: North Face

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Page By: mrh

Created/Edited: May 12, 2007 / May 12, 2007

Object ID: 3174

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Product Description

The Fortress Peak GTX features a one-piece, full-leather Gore-Tex® boot suitable for three to five-day treks carrying loads of up to 50 lbs.
Approx Weight : * [1¼2 pair] 1 lb 8 oz (672 g) [pair] 2 lbs 15 oz (1344 g) *based on Men's 9

Features

One-piece, full-leather Gore-Tex® boot suitable for three- to five-day treks carrying loads of up to 50 lbs.

UPPER Gore-Tex® waterproof, breathable membrane

2.0 - 2.2 mm waterproof nubuck leather upper

Seam-sealed construction

Molded rubber toe cap

Lateral medial support system

Northotic™ ergonomically designed, multi-density footbed with AgION™ antimicrobial footbed covering

Speed-lacing metal hardware with instep lace lock

Gusseted tongue BOTTOM Dual-density PU midsole

Heel X-2™ cushioning

TPU shank plate with articulated forefoot flex notches

Exclusive Vibram® outsole

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mrhGreat Boot

Voted 5/5

They are a little stiff initially and will take some breaking in. I owned an earlier version of this boot from North Face and got about three good years of abuse out of them. My old pair are actually still good boots for short hikes or working around the garden, but they no longer offer the support or have the sole required for a longer more difficult trip. I found the new boot does not have quite as comfortable of a sole as the old version, but overall seems to be a slightly better boot. They are completely watertight and can get a bit warm on a hot day. I have yet to get a blister with them.

These boots are hard to run down unless you order off the internet. Several places in Spokane and Missoula that carry North Face goods, didn't carry this item. But I was able to find them in Missoula for $140. Most places that do have them charge around $150.
Posted May 12, 2007 1:05 pm

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