Weight 1 lb 10 oz / 740 g
Comfort Range - 40° F / - 40° C

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Girls' Greenland Zip page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

These boots are as comfortable as slippers, but are made to stand up to the demands of a winter boot. Great for shoveling the drive way, running out for a quick errand or snow shoeing. The Greenland Zip boots are good looking, functional and reliable.

- Teton Village Sports refers to the women's version

The mid-calf Greenland Zip Boots from The North Face waterproof and insulated to keep your feet dry and warm in the nastiest conditions.

- Mountain Gear refers to the women's version

The Greenland winter boots from The North Face are a waterproof, insulated midcalf boot designed to withstand the wettest conditions and temperatures to -40deg F.

- EMS refers to the women's version

When your car requires a half hour of ice scraping before the drive to work, keep your feet toasty warm in The North Face Women's Greenland Zip Winter Boot. Thanks to its 400g of PrimaLoft Eco insulation, this boot provides warmth down to -40 degrees. The waterproof leather upper keeps out moisture, while the fleece lining adds comfort and warmth. A Winter Grip outsole provides excellent traction on slippery sidewalks, and The North Face included an easy-in, easy-out zippered entrance for convenience and a faux-fur collar for extra style.

- Backcountry.com refers to the women's version

The North Face Greenland Zip


The Greenland Zip has been discontinued. It last appeared in The North Face's 2011 product line.

$60.00 (girls')

The North Face Greenland Zip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 30, 2014 at SunnySports.

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