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Whether you’re taking your little girl sledding, snowshoeing, or for a winter hike, The North Face’s Greenland Zip Boot provides serious protection from cold and wet winter conditions. The waterproof synthetic leather upper, wrap-around shell, and taped seams block snow and slush. And 400g of HeatSeeker insulation means that her toes stay warm in temperatures down to -40 degrees F (-40 C). The faux-fur collar not only looks cozy, but it also helps trap in additional warmth, and the tacky rubber that makes up the WinterGrip outsole stays grippy as the temperature dives below zero.

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Looks great but steer clear!

    I thought I would have to look no further for winter boots for my girls next winter. Sadly, I invested in this boot for both of them. I love North Face but this boot design is a huge misfire. It is in no sense of the word "easy" to get on and off. With my youngest for whom I purchased a size 10 and is currently just outgrowing her size 8s, it is a herculean feat to shove her foot to get it into the boot. With her standing up I have to grab her leg and shove downward as hard as I can several times to actually get her foot inside. My oldest for whom I also bought well above her current size, same issue. Needless to say this is not a favorite event for either one of them. The two "huge misfires" are the very short zipper which is too short to open up enough room for the heel to pass easily into the boot. The boot is narrow through the ankle and leg which is great once the boot is on and if there an adequate opening, i.e. zipper, to accommodate such narrowness. And the zippers don't stay up. At all. Ever. My younger daughter's boot's zippers sometimes don't even stay up when they are off her feet. The materials and construction are great but when you have a boot that elicits huge protests and some pain to get on when they have a full size to go before they even "fit", there is huge problem. I am sure I will have to buy both of them different boots for next winter. What a waste. I have encountered this problem before and the only solution is to buy a different, easier boot. Steer clear!