The North Face Storm Peak Boot II - Women's

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Storm Peak Boot II. Read all reviews »

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The versatile, waterproof Storm Peak II boots from The North Face are comfort rated to -25°F and ideal for foul-weather hiking and snowshoeing. Polyester soft-shell uppers with reflective welding use 3-layer Storm Peak technology; first layer is abrasion-, water- and wind-resistant. Layer 2 is HydroSeal™ permeable membrane that shields water from inner layers and feet; layer 3 is 200g PrimaLoft® insulation. 200g PrimaLoft recycled synthetic, downlike insulation ensures warmth and comfort during active use in conditions to -25°F. Compression-molded EVA midsoles provide lightweight, flexible and impact-resistant cushioning. Injection-molded thermoplastic urethane rand nubs, toe caps and heel counters add durability; heel counters have shelf for snowshoe straps. Dri-Lex® fleece tongue and collar linings wick away moisture and dry quickly. Removable Northotic™ footbeds with X-2™ technology and AgION™ topsheets provide cushioning and odor control. Nylon shanks deliver torsional stability while reducing cold temperature conductivity. TNF Winter Grip™ rubber outsoles grip well on snow and provide superb wet-surface traction. Closeout.


The North Face Women's Storm Peak Boot II


The Women's Storm Peak Boot II has been discontinued.

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The North Face Women's Storm Peak Boot II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 18, 2010 at REI.

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