The North Face Shellista III Tall Boot - Women's

The North Face Shellista III Tall Boot - Women's
The North Face Shellista III Tall Boot - Women's
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Shellista III Tall Boot - Women's by The North Face
Not all winter boots have to be impracticably clunky. The North Face designed the Shellista III Tall Boot with a women-specific waterproof shell for reliable support this winter. The tall shaft hugs your calf snug and keeps you warm with PrimaLoft Silver Eco insulation so you can run your errands and watch your kids sled without worrying about how cold your toes are. The Winter Grip outsole gives you protection from snow banks and icy sidewalks on those early morning walks and the IcePick temperature-sensitive rubber lugs increases traction in case you need to run up the sledding hill when your kiddo needs a push.

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