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Retailers' Descriptions

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Features of The North Face Toddler Winter Camp Boot Upper: Ripstop and suede Upper 200 g Heatseeker Insulation Sole Unit: One-piece, injection-molded, High-wear EVA

- Moosejaw refers to the boys' version

Keep him warm and dry while he explores the newly snow covered world. The HydroSeal waterproof membrane keeps his feet dry.

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the boys' version

These lightweight kids' boots from The North Face have waterproof HydroSeal membranes and synthetic insulation to keep kids' feet dry and warm while they make snow forts or race sleds down the hill.

- REI refers to the boys' version

Ski lessons start next winter, but this winter it's building snowmen and sledding with Mom and Dad. Keep his little pigs warm and dry all winter long in The North Face Toddler Boys' Winter Camp Boot. With legendary The North Face craftsmanship, this boot features a HydroSeal waterproof membrane, ripstop synthetic and suede upper, and warm china loft insulation. The one-piece, injection-molded, high-wear EVA sole offers both comfort and durability.

- Backcountry.com refers to the boys' version

Toddler-friendly winter boot that's waterproof and crafted with ample insulation to warm little feet in cold, wet conditions.

- The North Face refers to the boys' version

The North Face Winter Camp

previously retailed for:
$24.73 - $75.00

The North Face Winter Camp is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 14, 2017 at The North Face.

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