The North Face Nuptse Purna II Boot - Women's

The North Face Nuptse Purna II Boot - Women's
The North Face Nuptse Purna II Boot - Women's
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Nuptse Purna II Boot - Women's by The North Face
A sleek addition to the Nuptse fur-blend boot family, The North Face Women's Nuptse Purna II Boot is an insulated, water-resistant boot that equally likes slushy city streets and snow-slicked sidewalks in mountain towns. The waterproof velvet-suede upper hits high in front but still below your knees, and a touch lower in back for calf-cuddling warmth. Synthetic sides and back rebuke dirty snow and melting crud, with waterproof reinforcements in the form of taped seams. A gusseted tongue provides one more barrier against external water entering your boot, and the 100% recycled P. E. T. ripstop cuff detail resists water like you resist your mother's three-week-long visits. PrimaLoft Eco insulation contains 70% post-consumer recycled materials and offers cozy warmth all along your foot and leg for extended winter forays from the bar to your flat, or the train station to your office. IcePick temperature-sensitive lugs give you better traction when temperatures dip and melted snow transforms into a bone-breaking sheet of of black ice. So, whether you're wearing argyle tights and a cozy sweater dress to the office, or running errands in yoga pants and a down jacket, the Purna boot keeps your foot dry, warm, and firmly anchored to the ground.

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SKU: TNF03QX
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