The North Face Bella Alta

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They very great boots for slippery weather. I was…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: received it as a personal gift

Pros

  • GREAT BOOTS

Cons

  • No weakness

They very great boots for slippery weather. I was very hurt when they where discontinued. I bought a pair every year whether I needed a pair or not. Thanks. Chris S

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Blending style and warmth, the waterproof Bella Alta boots from The North Face are insulated with PrimaLoft for a comfort range that extends deep into negative temperatures while waterproof nubuck leather has a style range that extends deep into your daily life.

- Mountain Gear

Just because it's -20F doesn't mean you shouldn't look good. Slip on The North Face Women's Bella Alta Boot and enjoy warm, comfortable winter boots with a little extra style. Rated to -25F (-32C), this boot features a HydroSeal waterproof membrane to keep your feet dry, and 200g of PrimaLoft Eco insulation to keep your feet warm, whether you're out shoveling or enjoying some aprs ski cocktails. The locking rear zipper makes for easy in and out, while an Australian sheepskin collar gives these boots a little flair. The North Face knows it's hard to look good when you're falling down every five steps, so they added a Winter Grip rubber outsole and a nylon shank to give you tons of traction and support on slick surfaces.

- Backcountry.com

While most boot manufacturers abandon fashion sense while designing waterproof footwear, The North Face Bella Alta Snow Boot for women delivers big on both counts. The soft suede leather upper is fully waterproof and features a double-adhesive latex seam-sealed construction backed with a HydroSeal barrier. A combination of soft Australian shearling and warm synthetic PrimaLoft insulation gives the Women's Bella Alta Snow Boot slipper-like qualities, but the high-traction TNF Winter Grip outsole helps you maintain your balance better than many casual winter shoes for women. In back of the Bella Alta Snow Boot is a zipper closure that helps facilitate foot entry and boot removal. It all comes together in a sophisticated footwear design that doesn't compromise with shiny latex or excess plastic components to create a weatherproof boot. If preserving a sense of winter style is just as important as keeping your feet warm and dry, few women's boots offer as much as The North Face Women's Bella Alta Snow Boot.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Women s Bella Alta boots from The North Face are stylish and svelte. This rear-zip, winter-weather boot features a waterproof HydroSeal membrane, thermally exceptional PrimaLoft Eco and an innovative outsole for traction on icy surfaces. Upper: 1.6 1.8 mm waterproof nubuck 200 g PrimaLoft Eco insulation HydroSeal waterproof membrane Australian shearling sheepskin collar Double-adhesive latex, seam-sealed construction Dual-density X-2 footbed Locking rear zip for easy on/off and streamlined appearance Bottom: Cushioned, lightweight, compression-molded EVA midsole Two-thirds-length nylon shank Durable TNF Winter Grip rubber outsole

- Appalachian Outdoors

Rated to -25 The Bella Alta is a stylish and feature packed way to walk through winter. Waterproof breathable Hyvent membrane and Primaloft insulation ensure a dry, warm answer to the elements. Easy on-off thanks to the locking rear zipper. Excellent traction with a Winter Grip outsole.UPPER HyVent waterproof membrane 200 g Primaloft insulation 1.6-1.8 mm waterproof nubuck Australian shearling sheepskin collar Double-adhesive latex seam-sealed construction AgION antimicrobial dual-density X-2 footbed Locking rear zipper for easy on-off and streamlined appearance BOTTOM Cushioned, lightweight CM EVA midsole 2/3-length nylon shank TNF Winter Grip rubber outsole.

- Campmor

The North Face Bella Alta

Discontinued

The Bella Alta has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$43.98 - $109.95

The North Face Bella Alta is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 13, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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