The North Face

Men's Back to Berkeley IV Leather Waterproof Boots

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The Men’s Back-To-Berkeley IV Leather Waterproof Boots bring back the classic look of this iconic line of boots while adding modern features and comfort.

Our waterproof footwear incorporates a variety of advanced waterproofing materials, treatments, and processes. To help keep feet dry, we use internal waterproof membranes and/or adhesive and seam-seal constructions.

100% Recycled P.E.T. Mesh Lining
At The North Face®, We Purchase 100% Of Our Leather From Leather Working Group–Certified Tanneries
Compression-Molded TPU Heel Clip Provides Added Stability
Faux-Leather Collar
Nickel-Free Metal Hardware
Padded Tongue For Out-Of-The-Box Comfort
Sole Unit: Molded-EVA Midsole
Suede Logo Patch And Rand
SURFACE CTRL™ Rubber Outsole Is Optimized For Weight And Versatility And Is Made With 10% Rubber From Smallholder Farmers Committed To Agroforestry Principles And Regenerative Agriculture Practices
Up To 51% Of The EVA Midsole Foam Is Made With Ethylene From Plant-Based Content As Opposed To Petroleum Per ASTM D6866-16
Upper: Full-Grain Leather Main Upper
Waterproof DryVent™ Membrane


Approx Weight (½ Pair):
1 lb 0.76 oz (475 g)

 US  UK  EU  cm
 7  6  39  25
 7.5  6.5  40  25.5
 8  7  40.5  26
 8.5  7.5  41  26.5
 9  8  42  27
 9.5  8.5  42.5  27.5
 10  9  43  28
 10.5  9.5  44  28.5
 11  10  44.5  29
 11.5  10.5  45  29.5
 12  11  45.5  30

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