The North Face ThermoBall Microbaffle Bootie II - Women's

The North Face ThermoBall Microbaffle Bootie II - Women's
The North Face ThermoBall Microbaffle Bootie II - Women's
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ThermoBall Microbaffle Bootie II - Women's by The North Face
After a long day of skiing, there's nothing quite like a cup of hot cocoa and the sensation of slipping into The North Face Women's Thermoball Microbaffle Bootie II. Designed to curb the cold on chilly winter days, this bootie features a ravishing faux fur collar and sprightly, recycled fabric that assures steadfast, slope-side style. To further your defense against the cold, the PrimaLoft Thermoball insulation assures furnace-like fervor, while the DWR treatment offers extra protection in the face of light precipitation. The OrthoLite ReBound footbed combined with the EVA midsole assure support and comfort, and the temperature-sensitive IcePick lugs provide just-enough traction when you need it most.

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SKU: TNF02VT
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