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What's a non-skier to do on a mountain vacation? While the rest of the family skis the slopes, how about lacing up The North Face Women's Chillkat II Boot, renting some snowshoes, and hitting the trails? This all-purpose winter boot features a waterproof leather and TPR shell, as well as 200g PrimaLoft Eco insulation, to keep you dry and warm in temperatures down to-25 degrees Fahrenheit. The Chillkat II is also stylish enough to wear straight from the trails to the ski village, where you can traipse from store to store through the snow, doing damage with your credit card.

  • DriLex fleece lining in the collar and tongue adds extra warmth
  • Compression-molded EVA midsole cushions every step
  • WinterGrip outsole provides sure footing on slick surfaces
  • D-ring serves as attachment point for gaiters
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Decent but TNF quality not the best

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

The plastic lace hooks at the top of the tongue broke. I like the look of these but will probably not buy another pair after I return mine. I feel like TNF products are going downhill and I hope I'm wrong because I like the brand.

Yep, definitely go a whole size up.

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs small

I'm glad that I read the reviews before I bought these boots. Went a whole size up and it was a perfect fit. I traipsed all over Hokkaido, Japan this past winter and the boots are not only warm, but it was comfortable and waterproof. Definitely recommend for any wintry hiking in the snow. I love that the boot supported my ankles.

Boots for girlfriend

  • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit:Runs small

I purchased these boots for my girlfriend ( owning north face boots for myself) because she is a traveling nurse and had nothing but some old Ugg boots. She was not to excited about a boot that wasn't fashionable, but after having to trek through the snow her mind quickly changed. Yes they may not be as cool as Ugg boots but they kept her feet warm and dry. She is happy to have a comfortable boot that is fit for the snowy new England winters. Definitely order at least 1-1.5" larger than your normal shoe size.

The Boot

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:Runs small

This boot is very well made, snug fitting, warm, dry and a sharp looking boot...It is a heavy boot and takes a few wears to get use to walking in them but definitely serves the purpose and looks good too...This boot will be able to handle wear and tear for years to come....Very pleased

Fantastic Boot

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

I picked up these boots to be prepared for whatever kind of winter I might be facing. I used to live in Chicago, and after years of refusing to wear boots, and getting caught without them, time and time again... I decided to fix that this year. A friend recommended these boots to me and I am happy I took her advice. I live in Vegas, but it still gets cold here in Dec/Jan. I am prepared for travel back home now too. They are durable, well made and warm. Even better that I got them on sale as well! I do agree with ordering at least a half size larger than typically worn.

great warm boot!

    i have not had the chance to wear these in the snow yet, or test their durability over time, but am quite impressed with the comfort and warmth i've noticed so far. as others have pointed out, they are sized too small. i normally order a half size up for boots in general to allow for thick socks, but i had to exchange these for a larger pair. i have a foot size 7.5, but in these, i had to get a size 8.5. no big deal though. also, yes, they are stiff, but i think this is a good thing. ankle support is importand when you are snowshoeing, and that's what i plan to use these for. to make up for the stiffness, the toes are rounded more than usual to make walking easier and this feature seems to work well.

    Fantastic Boots

      These boots have a significant amount of ankle support and padding and provide great stability for hiking. They're incredibly warm and resilient but are also useful in warmer conditions.
      They are stiff, but I find this to be a good thing - they require some breaking in, but ankle support is critical and often overlooked in boots. It may take some getting used to, but well worth it!

      Cute and Comfy!

        Being a teenage girl, I love the cute color and style of these boots. I'm from New Hampshire and this winter I wore them ice fishing. They are really comfortable and warm. My feet did not get the slightest bit cold after 5 hours of standing on ice!
        I did get one size up from my regular shoe size since they're boots. I definitely recommend them :)

        Small & Stiff

          I'm usually a 5.5 - 6.0. Being winter boots that might be worn w/ thicker socks, I ordered a 6. Ouch!! With just regular socks they were sooooo tight!! And the stiffness is very true too... you almost walk like a penguin. Very warm though, that's probably the only +. I'm going to return these in exchange for The North Face McMurdo II. They seem to have very positive reviews for prior year models, so hopefully I will get lucky w/ them!

          very stiff

            These boots are about as stiff as professional figure skates. For me this was too stiff. I'm sure you could break them in and they would be good. They made my feet look large, and at 5'2" with little 6.5 feet I didn't really like this. Overall it was difficult to walk because they were so stiff and seemed so large on my feet. They are warm as heck though!

            Toasty Warm but had a defect

              I wore these boots twice in the snow and they are really comfortable and toasty warm. However, I had to send them back after wearing only two times, because the top hook broke off. I feel the laces should be able to be pulled tight and the hooks at the top should hold the laces in place. In this case, it just broke off. I am getting another pair though, because they are just the type of boot I've been looking for. I hope the next pair is better.

              Unanswered Question

              Hello, I have flat foot, which is unfortunately...

              Hello, I have flat foot, which is unfortunately pretty inconvenient. Could I ask if these boots support flat feet please? Thank you very much!

              Are these boots warm enough for a child...

              Are these boots warm enough for a child to be able to play outside

              It depends on where you are living and how the circulation is on the child's feet. If they live in a winter climate like MN this may not be the best boot for a younger child, but if the winter climate hovers around the 15-20 degrees and above this boot would be just fine and work well in the climate that they are in.