So tall.

Why should your feet have all the fun this winter? The North Face made the Women’s Adrianne IV Boots to show your shins and calves the joys of being surrounded by plush suede and 200g of PrimaLoft insulation.

  • TNF WinterGrip rubber outsoles stay soft as the temperature drops, while Ice Pick temperature-sensitive lugs harden in the cold—this system of corresponding-opposites provides superior traction on slippery ground
  • Waterproof, BLC-compliant leather uppers lock out winter weather with style
  • 200g PrimaLoft Eco insulation traps in warmth and is made of at least 50% recycled fibers
  • Plush faux-fur linings lend comfort, warmth, and pizzazz around the edges
  • ¾-length nylon shanks stiffen the soles and provide additional support

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3 5

Not too crazy about the fit

I fell in love with these when I saw them on line. Once I received them I was surprised by how light they were. When I put them on they were very roomy in the ankle and around the foot. The boot kept buckling in at the ankle when I walked. I loved the fit otherwise and druggies over whether to return them or not. I decided the buckling would drive me crazy so I returned them and will try a different boot now. I'm bummed!

5 5

Amazing boot

Last year I bought the North
Face Abbey II boot. To my delight they were wonderful and came in handy with the huge amounts of snow we got. This year I decided to get the Adrianne boot that comes up just below the knee. The first time I put them on, they stayed on my feet all day long. They are so comfortable they feel like bedroom slippers. I wore them outside to work around the farm in 15 degree rainy weather and my feet stayed warm and dry. I can't say enough about both my pair of North Face boots!