The North Face Chilkat II Boot
- 25° F (- 32° C)
Warm and light waterproof boots. Work great on snowy…
Price Paid: $90
Warm and light waterproof boots. Work great on snowy or cold rainy days and through wet trails. Great sole tread.
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This The North Face winter boot is great for all types of adventure, from showshoeing to snowfighting to snowshovelling. A highly versatile, all-purpose winter boot, the Chilkat II keeps your feet warm in temperatures down to -25 degrees Fahrenheit. Waterproof construction for ultimate weather protection. Waterproof, BLC-compliant leather upper. 200 g Primaloft insulation. Dri-Lex fleece collar and tongue lining. Anatomically engineered, injection-molded waterproof TPR shell with forefoot grooves. Rustproof hardware. Gaiter-compatible D-ring. Compression-molded EVA midsole. Durable TNF Winter Grip rubber outsole. With great insulation, good grippy bottoms and a waterproof shell, you can't go wrong with these rugged winter boots. Color: Mudpack Brown/Bombay Brown. Country of origin: VietNam. Comfort Range: -25 degrees F (-32 degrees C)
- Tahoe Mountain Sports refers to the men's version
An all-purpose winter boot, The North Face Chilkat II features Heetseeker insulation for warmth to -25?F and a Winter Grip outsole for exceptional grip on frozen terrain.
- EMS refers to the men's version
Rain, snow, sleet, hail, or ice - nothing can stop The North Face Chilkat II from keeping your feet warm and dry all winter. Designed with HeatSeeker insulation, you stay comfortable down to -25 degrees during harsh conditions, and with beefy TNF Winter Grip, your traction isn't compromised.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
For extra protection during winter excursions, this lace-up boot guards your feet in wet, snowy conditions. Ample (200 g) Heatseeker insulation will keep your feet warm in temperatures down to -25 F. The TNF Winter Grip outsole provides exceptional grip on frozen, treacherous surfaces.
- The North Face refers to the men's version