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These are being rather harshly rated for what they are not ( hiking, running, long walking, trail running) rather than for what they are ( water sport shoes). As water sport shoes they work very well for their intended purpose with decent grip on slimy rocks and mud, drain so fast there is no residual water inside, keep smaller rocks out ( sand and fine mud can get in though), can be used swimming with ought peril and provide a close enough fit that brief hikes are doable. I have used them fishing and walking stream beds to photograph, kayaking, and as foot protection walking through low flood waters. Previous foot ware was a "T" branded water sandal which these exceed in every way. Except perhaps looks


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The Denali is one of The North Face Company's best selling pieces and is very popular and you will see it everywhere you go on college students. It is almost a uniform top! As a layering piece, it is very warm and breathes very well, but is very bulky and heavy. Although it has DWR, it's ability to resist moisture and rain is minimal. Although some wind blocking is afforded by the panels across the front, over the shoulders and the elbows, wind whistles through the unprotected parts of the body and sleeves. It is very stylish, but you will be in a crowd of Denali wearers where ever you go. It's best uses are on a day with temps in the 30's, 0 wind, and no rain or as a super bulky wool sweater replacement. Better choices in The North Face line for people looking to have a jacket that can shed some light rain and provide warmth by blocking wind include TNF Apex Bionic, Sentinel or Palmyra , or MHW and Arc'teryx ( on sale) soft shell jackets. All are around the same price as the Denali and more versatile. If you love the styling and want a piece that looks similar so you blend in TNF Wind Pro version of the Denali is far more versatile. You'll thank me the first time you walk outside on a chill day with any wind at all.