The North Face Snow Sneaker
look good, feel comfortable, but feel hot on feet…
Price Paid: $80
look good, feel comfortable, but feel hot on feet especially when wearing indoors, like at the bar.
Update: January 8, 2010
Further to previous review, they have excelled in the cold and snow and are very waterproof considering they are just sneakers. Not feeling too hot indoors now either!
Here's what other sites are saying:
Keeping yourself upright on snow and ice, as well as keeping your feet warm and dry doesn't mean you always need clunky boots, as is the case with the Snow Sneaker from The North Face. Built to meet cold-weather expectations with PrimaLoft Eco insulation and a HydroSeal waterproof membrane, with sporty sneaker styling that goes well with both jeans and snow pants.
- Mountain Gear
Sneaker meets winter shoe in this winterized warrior from The North Face with thermal PrimaLoft Eco for warmth and more than enough performance to keep you covered during Frisbee sessions in the snow. PRODUCT FEATURES: Waterproof suede upper Hydroseal waterproof membrane 100 g PrimaLoft Eco Insulation Gusseted tongue Gaiter-compatible D-ring Heel tab for snowshoe compatibility Ortholite sockliner Die-cut EVA midsole Durable TNF Winter Grip rubber outsole with Ice Pick temperature-sensitive lugs
- Appalachian Outdoors
Looking for some decent style that can handle winter conditions? Ditch the clunkers and lace up The North Face Men's Snow Sneaker. With a HydroSeal waterproof breathable membrane and PrimaLoft ECO insulation, this casual kick beats back cold, wet conditions while you hoof it around town or campus. A gaiter-compatible D-ring and a snowshoe heel tab equip you for deep snowy hikes, and the partially recycled gum rubber sole with HydroStopper pods grips icy sidewalks and other slick terrain.