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Slip The North Face Little Girls’ Alpenglow Boot on your little one’s foot and take her out for snow fort-building lessons. Her toes will stay toasty thanks to the removable felt liner, letting her have hours of snowy fun, and her foot will remain dry inside the Alpenglow’s recycled, water-resistant upper, seam-sealed construction, and TPR shell outsole. If the snow's deep, the bungee lacing and drawcord collar will form a tight seal around her leg, so she'll never have to suffer the discomfort of cold, soggy feet.

  • Recycled PET upper with PU-coated leather overlays
  • Cemented and seam-sealed waterproof construction
  • Removable felt liner
  • TPR shell and outsole
  • Bungee lacing system
  • Locking collar drawcord

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nearly perfect but...

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

Purchased these hard to-find-so-late-in-the-season boots for our 3.5 yo daughter. Was pleased by the expedience of shipping and service from backcountry...however...less than a week into owning them, the boots revealed a flaw in the bungee closing system near the calf. I watched my daughter put on her boot and without exertion or inordinate strength she attempted to draw the bungee tight so as to keep out the cold cold NY snow and watched in dismay as the cord popped out with apparent ease. The break was from the rear where i assume it was sewed (poorly) into the boot. While BC was responsive to our desires to replace these boots immediately as we are still facing a NY winter they did not have stock in the size/ color we ordered and punted suggesting we contact Northface directly. I've learned that these boots have a 1 year limited warranty and that NF is willing to do right by us but that we'd need to ship the boots and not expect there return in less than 6-8 weeks *sigh* by which time i pray that this winter will be over and we'll have to look forward to seeing my daughter use these boots next winter. All that said, I'll be back as a BC customer and will update ya all if when we get a resolution from NF. Happy trails.