The North Face ThermoBall Eco Traction Bootie - Men's

The North Face ThermoBall Eco Traction Bootie - Men's
The North Face ThermoBall Eco Traction Bootie - Men's
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ThermoBall Eco Traction Bootie - Men's by The North Face
After a long day backcountry skiing, you and your friends hike back to the yurt to take a load off. You slip on your North Face Men's ThermoBall Traction Booties once you're inside and start gathering supplies for dinner. The PrimaLoft insulation in these booties warms up your toes while the real rubber sole keeps you from slipping on the water your buddy just spilled while trying to make pasta. The ThermoBall's durable construction and water-resistant fabric allow you to step outside to grab some more snow to boil without a second thought as your shoes protect your feet from the cold, snow, and ragged ice near the yurt door. Since they're so comfy, you even slip into your post-dinner food coma with them still on your feet, so in the morning you can just hop up and get ready to ski.

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SKU: TNF03GA
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