The North Face ThermoBall Traction Mule V Bootie - Men's

The North Face ThermoBall Traction Mule V Bootie - Men's
The North Face ThermoBall Traction Mule V Bootie - Men's
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ThermoBall Traction Mule V Bootie - Men's by The North Face
Until you wore The North Face ThermoBall Traction Mule V Bootie, you didn't understand the appeal of lounging or leisure wear. Now, this water-resistant, insulated bootie has you considering brushed velvet leisure suits and shiny nylon track suits to wear around the campfire. The recycled ripstop upper resists water so you won't get out of dish duty, but at least the Thermoball insulation will warm your foot while you dip dinner plates into the lake for a quick rinse. The die-cut rubber soles gives you traction on wet or slick surfaces, and won't shred your tent floor. Whether you're sitting around a campfire or your kitchen table on a Sunday morning, warm and happy feet are a beautiful thing.

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