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The North Face Greenland Zip

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

These cozy slip-ons are a coveted favorite among young winter enthusiasts; providing waterproof, insulated protection against wet, wintry conditions from the mid-calf down. Designed with a faux fur collar, these durable boots are insulated with 400 grams of insulation; keeping young athletes' feet warm in temperatures down to -40ºF. Engineered with durable TNF Winter Grip technology, these boots excel in snow, sleet, and slippery conditions. Features TPR shell bottom with durable TNF Winter Grip rubber out-sole Non-hydrolytic synthetic leather upper 400 g Heatshield Optimal Technology insulation Faux fur collar Double-adhesive latex seam sealed construction Medial side-locking zip for easy step-in/out

- Teton Village Sports

Whether you're taking your little girl sledding, snowshoeing, or for a winter hike, The North Face's Greenland Zip Boot provides serious protection from cold and wet winter conditions. The waterproof synthetic leather upper, wrap-around shell, and taped seams block snow and slush. And 400g of HeatSeeker insulation means that her toes stay warm in temperatures down to -40 degrees F (-40 C). The faux-fur collar not only looks cozy, but it also helps trap in additional warmth, and the tacky rubber that makes up the WinterGrip outsole stays grippy as the temperature dives below zero.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Girls' Greenland Zip


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


The North Face Girls' Greenland Zip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 25, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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