Take on trails rough and smooth with men's shoes that are up to the challenge.
Men's Shoes For Walking The Wilds
Whether you want to take a slow stroll on your local park's best trails or head into the wilds for some serious hiking, you need shoes that can keep up. At The North Face, we design shoes with functionality in mind and the features you need including waterproofing, ankle support, breathability, traction, and abrasion-resistance. Whether you take a pair of our men's sandals to the beach, snow boots to the slopes, or running shoes to the roads and trails, our footwear is sure to keep you going. Make us one of your favorite brands with men's shoes that are made to take every mile in stride.
Hiking and Trail Running Shoes With All The Bells and Whistles
When you're heading out on your next adventure, you need shoes and boots designed for the outdoors. The soles on everything from our walking shoes to our snow boots are made to grip even in rough conditions. The laces on our men's athletic shoes create a tight grip that won't come undone on a run. Take on brooks, creeks, and rivers with waterproof boots that will keep you dry. Add a pair of wool socks to keep your feet clean and dry on the trail. The people sharing your tent will thank you!
Slip On Comfort With Each Pair
Our casual shoes are made for style AND comfort. Each pair of men's shoes or boots is engineered to provide perfect support and a great fit. Look for suede uppers on shoes like the Woven Ultra Fastpack FUTURELIGHT. Like much of our men's footwear, this is the right shoe for anyone who wants to go the extra mile. An ultralight design makes it easy to pick up your feet while our specially designed insole, midsole, and outsole keep your foot cradled.
Being a trail blazer doesn't mean sacrificing comfort. Look for our DryVent™ designs for breathable shoes that keep your feet as dry as can be. Our VECTIV collection is a great choice for keeping you moving on the trail. These specially-designed trail running shoes have been proven by third-party research to reduce downhill tibial impact. If you need a pair of winter boots to match your new winter jacket, keep an eye out for insulation.