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FEATURES of The North Face Men's Men'S Vectiv Levitum Shoe
Lightweight, protective mesh in vamp
Engineered monofilament air mesh in quarter
No-sew TPU quarter harness for support
Protective no-sew TPU toe cap
Minimal microsuede tongue
Durable and dynamic footbed for long-lasting comfort
Sole Unit: VECTIV technology designed to help maximise energy on the trail
Single-density 3D TPU plate under forefoot helps with multi-directional stability
Rocker midsole geometry engineered to create long-lasting forward propulsion
Surface Control outsole optimised for trail running
5 mm lugs for superior traction
26 mm/20 mm heel/forefoot EVA + outsole underfoot
6 mm offset
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Rated 4 out of
Good not great[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought these to run in over the winter (in the PNW) on a trail and paved path that regularly gets snowed over so I could have some good grip and dry feet. So far, I've run about 35 miles in them, about half of those in downpours and/or snow. My feet stay dry, and the grip seems pretty good so far. The cushion is nice (since I'm a bigger guy at 5'11" and about 210-215 lbs) and the forward rocking motion in my foot strike is pleasant and "propels" me forward.
My only complaints are that the heel cup isn't particularly tight, so my heel slides around a little bit, and I wish there were more arch stability (i.e., the shoes are flexible in the arch, which isn't great for my never-ending battle with plantar fasciitis). I'm still on the fence about buying a second pair for later in the winter (since, as a bigger guy, I blow through outsoles and midsoles like it's my job), but for now they're pleasant to run in.