Updates to Northside Monroe Low

  • The Northside Monroe Low is a competent companion for trail adventures and routinely outdoor activities alike. It has a kind of construction that provides ample breathability in warm conditions.
  • For underfoot comfort, the shoe is equipped with a thick midsole. What produces adequate grip over various types of terrain, on the other hand, is the gear’s abrasion-resistant outsole.

Size and fit

Northside’s Monroe Low is a mid-cut day hiking shoe for men and women. Its generally true-to-size fit is tailored for those with regular-width feet. It is offered in full and half sizes. A secure and customized lockdown is made possible by the footwear’s ghillie lacing system.


The Monroe Low grants enough surface traction on tricky surfaces, be they wet or dry, with its hardwearing rubber outsole. Built into it are multi-sided lugs that enhance its slip and skid resistance, ideal for when the terrain gets challengingly slippery. It has a cupped design, making the foundations of the shoe sturdier as a result.


This Northside hiker is armed with a hardy midsole for stability and cushioning. Wearers are promised sufficient shock mitigation during landings thanks to its overall stocky build. The amount of comfort it provides is bolstered by the Monroe Low’s EVA (ethylene-vinyl acetate) insole. This additional underfoot component is both removable and washable.


Wearing the Monroe Low means being seen in its low-top upper made of suede leather and breathable nylon mesh. It has a liner that wicks away moisture. Its front end is engineered with a toe guard to protect the forefoot against stubby and abrasive hazards. Its rear end, on the other hand, comes with a heel stabilizer for added support. Northside designers sealed both sides of its tongue to keep the shoe’s interior free of debris.

The footwear’s front closure is made up of a synthetic lace and combination eyelets. A pull tab is placed on its heel to help hikers put on or remove the shoe quicker.


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