About The North Face Arnuva 50 Boa Running Shoes (For Men)
Closeouts. Go the distance in The North Face’s Arnuva Boa running shoes, highly acclaimed within the long-distance running community for their durability and light weight. Exclusive Boa lacing system can be loosened or tightened using a ratchet at the heel.
- Tenacious Grip outsole for on- and off-road traction
- Abrasion-resistant synthetic and mesh upper
- Padded collar
- Northotic ergonomic footbed with Poron® inserts
- EVA compression-molded midsole
- Removable cushioned insole
- EVA midsole
- Rubber outsole
- Weight: 1 lb. 9 oz. pr.
- Medium width
- Closeouts. China.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
I own the fire road boa's also and have to say that the arnuva's are much nicer shoes in general.... Read More
Verified Buyer Reviewed by fabfive5 from FL on Tuesday, January 19, 2010i like
- Best Uses: Every day
- Cons: Tends to need tightening
- Pros: Easy to get on and off, Good Looking, Sturdy
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Shannon from Los Angeles CA on Friday, July 24, 2009I use these shoes everyday since they are so easy to get on and off. The color matches about everything.
- Best Uses: Everyday shoe
- Pros: Easy on, Looks great
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Slow but steady from The Cascades, OR on Wednesday, June 10, 2009These were grat fitting shoes for me. Was able to run in them straight out of the box. Good stability and traction on the trail. Cannot speak for traction in wet mud, as I have not used them when muddy. The BOA system makes adjusting the lacing easy; however, if you're one who likes to adjust the toe and ankle areas separately, this may not be for you. The tension equalizes across the entire top of the foot evenly. The footbed is very comfortable and has gppd support of my moderately high arches. My only dislike of these shoes is that twice I have bumped the release mechanism open on the back of the shoe, cauing it to become 'unlaced'. Other than that, I am extremely satisfied.
- Best Uses: Light hiking, Road running, Trail running
- Cons: No separate toe adjustmen, Tensioner loosens
- Pros: Easily adjustable, Good Fit, Good Traction, Littleno break in time
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Charlotte Runner from Charlotte, NC on Tuesday, June 9, 2009This is the second pair of arnuva's i've owned. First set were great for running. I used these mostly for road running. I love the lacing system, the shoes stay exactly how tight or loose you want.
I own the fire road boa's also and have to say that the arnuva's are much nicer shoes in general. The arnuva's seem to be a little lighter and the looks of the shoes are much nicer.
- Best Uses: Trail running
- Pros: Fit, Lacing system
Verified Buyer Reviewed by konrado12 from Hanover Park IL. on Monday, June 8, 2009Very Comfortable and light!!
Great shoes, i love them
- Pros: Comfortable, Good Traction, Lightweight