The North Face Bridgeton Chukka Boot - Men's

The North Face Bridgeton Chukka Boot - Men's
The North Face Bridgeton Chukka Boot - Men's
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Bridgeton Chukka Boot - Men's by The North Face
From crosstown commutes in heavy rain to snowy strolls along lakeside trails, The North Face Men's Bridgeton Chukka Boot keeps your feet pleasantly comfortable through inclement weather. This classic chukka effortlessly pairs with jeans on laid-back weekends and khakis on business days, and it also works great for casual hiking. Waterproof full-grain leather exudes a richly detailed aesthetic while sealing out rain, snow, and slush from soaking your feet. PrimaLoft insulation retains fiery warmth as you battle raging blizzards and mid-winter cold spells. The soft suede collar and breathable cotton-canvas lining maintain a hospitable environment by eliminating the sweaty, damp feel common with active feet. And much like snow tires, the IcePick rubber sole grips aggressively on slippery ice and snowy sidewalks. This temperature-sensitive rubber gets stickier as the temperature plummets, ensuring maximum traction when others are struggling to walk.

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SKU: TNF02VC
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