The North Face Ballard Lace II Boot - Women's

The North Face Ballard Lace II Boot - Women's
The North Face Ballard Lace II Boot - Women's
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Ballard Lace II Boot - Women's by The North Face
Detailed with a full-grain leather upper, rustproof metal eyelets, and richly appointed colorways, The North Face Women's Ballard Lace II Boot brings upscale sophistication to your transitional season wardrobe and winter season wear. The leather is treated with a water-shedding PU coating, keeping your feet pleasantly dry through Mother Nature's onslaught of rain, sleet, and snow. Ensuring maximum grip across a wide variety of conditions, the aggressively lugged sole features IcePick rubber lugs for unrelenting traction. This temperature-sensitive rubber prevents you from slipping on ice-slicked surfaces and snowy streets. Suddenly, commuting through winter's wrath of apocalyptic snowstorms is that much easier.

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