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The North Face Women's VECTIV Infinite Shoe is a stable, cushioned shoe for trail running. Move fast and light with loads of energy underfoot. The cushy, dual density midsole keeps each step stable and features rocker geometry, increasing forward propulsion. The upper is tough enough for the great outdoors, built with the abrasion-resistant Matryx upper and a perforated microfiber tongue for breathability. You're off to the races with a 6mm toe-to-heel offset and Surface Control outsole with 3.5mm lugs gripping the changes in terrain.
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FEATURES of The North Face Women's VECTIV Infinite Shoe
Upper: Abrasion-resistant and super-durable full-length Matryx upper made with Kevlar and polyamide
Perforated microfiber tongue for additional breathability
Women-specific 3D-molded heel counter
OrthoLite X55 footbed made with 5% recycled rubber content
Sole Unit: VECTIV technology designed to maximize energy on the trail
Dual-density 3D Pebax plate underfoot for multi-directional stability and forward propulsion
Rocker midsole geometry engineered to create long-lasting forward propulsion
Lightweight and responsive dual-density midsole
6 mm Toe-to-heel offset
Surface Control rubber outsole optimized for trail running
3.5 mm Lugs for a rugged grip across all types of terrain
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Rated 5 out of
I love wearing this shoe on the trail and rural roads[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I love wearing these and do not want to take them off after a run. The steps feel light. I run on my forefeet and these are nimble yet stable. I run over roots, some rocks, leaves, grass, asphalt and gravel, and they are a pleasure. My feet need width at the toe box and a secure heel, not sloppy, some fusion and some stability for overpronation and a light heel but one I can rest on when tired, and a little arch support. These have it all. Love them.
Date published: 2021-12-30
Rated 4 out of
If I can outsmart the overlay, I would continue buying.[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I really love these shoes with one big issue--forward most overlay arch causes a blister on both feet at the base of my big toes on the forward side of the ball of my foot. I have very wide feet with high insteps, so a large volume foot. I am still playing around with lacing strategies to see if I can can get them to work for me. Otherwise, their lightness, the snug heal and minimal tongue check all the boxes for me. I actually use them for road running as I have few trails by me. The slight rocker is perfect for my speed workouts-- I just wish I could get the overlay to stop wrecking both feet.
Date published: 2022-12-03
Rated 2 out of
Wished they would have kept the first design![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I LOVED the first Vectiv Infinite that came out. I wore a hole in the upper on the inside of my foot after a season and needed new ones. These were different- much tighter around the ankle with it being more "knit" and the upper wasn't comfortable on the top of my foot.
Date published: 2022-04-01
Rated 5 out of
The Compliments are endless.[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] As a nurse I am always looking for the great feel at the end of a long day. I am on my feet a lot. There is no time for sitting. Some days I wear other shoes but the comfort of the VECTIV Infinite is the best. The color I have is amazing and the compliments are endless.
Date published: 2022-03-05
Rated 5 out of
Thru-Hiked the Appalachian Trail in these[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I got my first pair of these shoes in Franklin, NC at Outdoor 76 after disappointment from the hyped-up Altra Lone Peaks. I was twisting my ankle almost every day in the too-wide Altra Lone Peaks and once I switched to these, the ankle-twisting decreased exponentially. I have very large (size 10-11) but narrow feet and these shoes worked amazing for me, never causing blistering. I put around 900 miles (all the way to southern PA) on my first pair of these before I really needed a new pair. I went through about 1.5 more pairs of these shoes during my 2193.1-mile trek. Anyone I met on trail with this shoe LOVED them! They are very lightweight, dry moderately well (this is more important than waterproof-ness when it comes to backpacking because everything will eventually get wet), and last much longer than other trail runners. Hoka's are another very popular shoe on trail, however, for around the same price as these, they usually only last about half the miles that you can get on these shoes and offer the same comfort.
Date published: 2022-01-04
Rated 5 out of
I would buy this shoe again![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Love these shoes... the color, the fit, everything! For awhile, the women's size 11 was feeling short, but this shoe is back to being true-to-size.
Date published: 2022-04-02
Rated 3 out of
Great for short distances[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I was very excited about these shoes when I first got them. Coming from Ultra Lone Peaks I was enjoying the cushion, bounce and added ankle support. I noticed a weird rubbing along the outer ridge of my left foot during training, but I thought it would just take some adjustment and powered through. After about 80 broken up miles training with these shoes, I chose them for a 50k. The trail ended up being a ridiculous, not runnable scramble for around 15 consecutive miles, but when the trail flattened out again I couldn't run. The inner support walls that attach to the tongue of the shoes had slid down under my foot leading to intense pressure on my middle tarsal joint. It hurt too bad to run. I tried pulling the tongue up and tightening the laces, but it just kept slipping down. By the end of the run both sides of the inner shoe wall had slipped under my tarsal joints which caused bruising and swelling. I will continue to use the shoes and the other pair that I accidentally bought for my shorter runs, but I will be on the market for new ultra distance kicks.
Date published: 2021-06-06
Rated 4 out of
Great Trail Shoe[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Love the bright color, Love the fit around the ankle (to help keep gravel out), love the rocker (just enough not too much) and the aggressive treads. I run in snow, mud, slush and have love them so far up to 6 miles without a rub. I normally like a wider toe box but these seem to be ok so far, but I'm also not in them for more than 70 minutes or so.