Columbia Men’s North Plains II Waterproof Hiking Shoe, City Grey, Rocket, 10.5 D US

November 4, 2019 - Comment
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A lightweight and durable trail shoe for multiple adventures.

Product Features

  • Lace-up hiking shoe in waterproof seam-sealed constrution featuring protective rubber toe cap
  • Padded tongue and collar
  • TechLite lightweight midsole


Anonymous says:

Columbia does it again They’re a little tight at first, but after a few days they will relax and fit like a glove.They are only “water proof” up to about an inch of water if that. I use them as my daily shoe and we have had a series of rainstorms the last week or so. Only once during the storms did my feet feel damp, but I also wasn’t trying to get my feet wet. I wouldn’t go puddle jumping in them, but for casual use they’re perfect.

Anonymous says:

Waterproof, tight toe box I’ve had these about a month and have been mostly happy with them. They are waterproof through mud and puddles and the bank of a river. They didn’t require much time to break in and be comfortable on my feet. My only complaint is that the toe box is tight, which means they pinch a bit surrounding the ball/widest part of my foot and squish my toes a little. Not so much that it hurts after a few miles, but it’s tight enough to be noticeable. Considering I’m a woman with large enough feet that I…

Anonymous says:

Step down in quality from previous Columbia shoe, padding has mostly been removed This is my second pair of Columbia shoes of these design and these are a pretty big step down from the last pair I purchased. The biggest difference is that these shoes have almost no padding around the sides and back of the shoe while my last pair has a nice level of padding that made that pair the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned. I don’t know if this was a change in design for some reason or just a way to save a few cents, but either way I wouldn’t purchase these again.

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