The North Face Pipe Dragon Lace

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Optimized for winter hiking and snowshoe outings, The North Face Pipe Dragon Lace boot combines the lightweight elements of a day hiking shoe with warm and lightweight PrimaLoft insulation rated to -25F (-32C). The waterproof and breathable HyVent membrane beneath the fine knap oiled suede upper keep The North Face Pipe Dragon Lace boot far drier than other streamlined shoe designs, making it a prime choice for wet spring conditions and routes that dip below the snowline. The heel counter offers a binding-friendly profile that slips easily into recreational and mountaineering snowshoes with minimal hassles and no compromises. The soft, tacky TNF Winter Grip rubber compound outsole enhances the overall contact area on The North Face Pipe Dragon Lace boot, giving you grip and stability where other boots and winter shoes tend to slip.

- Altrec Outdoors

Great-fitting winter hiking boots rated down to -25F. Weigh less than 2 pounds per pair (size 9). Upper made from water-resistant oiled suede and abrasion-resistant nylon. PrimaLoft insulation takes up minimal space while keeping your feet toasty; insulates even if wet. Compression-molded EVA midsole offers superb cushioning. Heel counter adds stability. 2/3-length nylon shank for support underfoot. Winter Grip outsole for traction on slippery terrain. Snowshoe capable.

- EMS

The North Pipe Dragon Lace boot is a mid-height shoe made of waterproof suede and insulated with 200g of PrimaLoft, making it a comfy, warm winter shoe for tackling the slush and snow of city streets.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Men's Pipe Dragon Lace

Discontinued

The Men's Pipe Dragon Lace has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$21.18 - $85.00

The North Face Men's Pipe Dragon Lace is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 15, 2007 at GearTrade.

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