Waterproof, breathable and comfortable shoes for all day walks.
The North Ridge Tundra Men's Walking Shoes
are fully waterproof, highly breathable footwear built for wet or dry conditions and varied, uneven terrain.
Their eVent lining is lightweight, completely waterproof and highly breathable,
and will actively push any moisture vapours away from the foot and out through
the shoe's upper, avoiding any clamminess and discomfort,
keeping you happier for longer.
The moulded EVA midsole absorbs shock and keeps you comfortable, while the Vibram outsole, with deep defined tread, is grippy and responsive, to help you tackle any outdoor trail.
||Soft, for low level walks on defined trials
||Standard Lace Up
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Tundra Low eVent, 21 January 2015
By Mel (Wolverhampton)
Just bought a pair to replace those bought in October 2013. These have been worn often and the soles are now quite worn. Comfortable shoes which coped well in many conditions including wet weather and on Alpine moraine in Germany in April.
A negative point is that I had to replace the laces soon after purchase of the first pair as the ones supplied slipped loose.Those shoes were bought in a store and the manager gave me an allowance to buy laces elsewhere as the store had nothing suitable. (I am expecting to have to fund purchase of alternative laces for the new shoes bought on line in the sale.)
Vibram sole, 26 October 2014
By Stu (Holmfirth)
Brought these for a holiday to America. wanted something light waterproof and hard wearing Worn every day all day for 2 weeks. In cities, driving, cycling, trekking on trails. In rain in sun. Very comfortable, and waterproofing excellent. Unfortunately the sole on one of the shoes wore through under the ball off the foot. it looks like the rubber has bubbled away from the next layer and then peeled off. At £80.00 I would have expected the shoes to have lasted longer than 2 weeks especially with vibram soles. returned to shop and given full refund, after being offered a credit note which I refused. Have since been told that vibram do different grades of sole, and that Go outdoors home branded products use the lower Quality sole. Be careful as this was one of the main reasons I purchased the item in the first place. shame as I liked the trainer. Have now purchased a pair of merrell with Vibram soles, bit more money but good reviews. Have had a pair of skapa boots with vibram soles for years with no trouble. keep fingers crossed.
North ridge tundra low event walking shoes, 22 October 2014
By Hick (Stoke on Trent)
Had these a couple of weeks well happy, must buy a size larger but other than that top shoe. not as light as some shoes but well made
For the price performance is good, durability is a little below average., 08 June 2014
By Mike (scout leader, walker, climber, cyclist) (Stockport)
Bought a pair about 10-11 months ago. I've used them a lot, for a wide range of things. For any hard walks I've used my boots so these haven't seen any difficult terrain. The waterproofing is good, no leaks, even in some very heavy weather. The sole is grippy and supportive. The upper became scuffed and worn very quickly, which will affect resistance to dirt and water (the membrane is still fine though). The sole has plenty of life in it still but is starting to wear and soften at the ball of the foot. Two of the loops for the laces have recently broken at the stitches. A great shoe for moderate outdoor pursuits, but a slightly shorter life than I'd hoped.
Lace eyelets!, 31 August 2013
By TonyM (Glossop)
I bought these a couple of weeks ago to use on approach walks of a couple of hours but, just like Paulm, I found the same problem - however, he, at least, got the chance to walk in them! I put them on for the drive up to Scotland but when I got out of the car at a service station noticed that one of the eyelets had already come away from the shoe. In terms of comfort and fit, they are the best I tried on in the £60 - £80 price range, especially because I take a broad fit. I have been back to the store to exchange them and they have ordered me a new pair straight away. The problem I now face is whether or not I should go for a more expensive pair because what's to say that the eyelets won't go again in the future? Hmm, when you give it more thought that could be a really good sales strategy, couldn't it - how to get customers to buy the more expensive brands!!