The North Face Nuptse Bootie
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The Nuptse Bootie is probably the warmest, most durable, and comfortable slip-on shoes on the planet, suitable for everyday wear inside and out.
- Teton Village Sports refers to the men's version
Free Shipping on Your Whole Order when you buy select shoes and boots. Ends 11/15. Compression-molded EVA outsoles feature multidirectional lug design for solid traction. Drawcord lace with barrel lock at collars locks booties on and keeps drafts out; internal elastic secures ankles. Nylon linings disperse internal moisture and dry quickly. Nylon uppers are water resistant and breathable; abrasion-resistant, heavy-duty nylon rands provide structure to the booties for a sure fit. Prime 700-fill-power goose down insulation provides excellent warmth without being bulky. With 700-fill-power goose down, these Nuptse booties from The North Face offer the best warmth for your feet, indoors and out.
- REI refers to the men's version
The North Face Nuptse Bootie is one of the best sellers offering superior warmth and comfort. This down bootie has only the highest quality goose down, tested for loftiness, moisture resistance and ability to regain its loft after compression. Perfect for waiting out the next turn on the boulders, belaying an ice climb, or maybe some comfort for apres skiing.
- RockCreek refers to the men's version
Love those hut to hut tours but can't seem to keep your feet warm at the end of the day Try on The North Face Men's Nuptse Bootie and find plush warmth. The 700-fill down insulation wraps your feet in comfort and super warmth. If you need to grab some more wood for the fire, head outside as the water-resistant, breathable upper promises to ward off wetness. An internal, ankle-securing elastic makes sure you won't schlep around in the snow. Your feet will be ready for the trail tomorrow as the compression-molded EVA outsole offers cushioning support. *Not Available for Shipment to Canada.
- Backcountry Outlet refers to the men's version