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The North Face ThermoBall Bootie II - Men's

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    Toasty insulation, tenacious winter traction.

    Whether you're waiting around basecamp for the weather to clear or you're digging out from a foot of fresh snow, The North Face Men's ThermoBall Bootie II provides a toasty oasis from freezing temps and wintry weather. This casual winter-weather boot sheds snow and slush with its recycled P.E.T. ripstop exterior. There's even an elastic gaiter with a drawstring closure to ensure that outside moisture doesn't seep into your socks.

    Keeping your feet pleasantly warm, the boot's ThermoBall insulation has the heat-trapping loft of down insulation, except it retains its warmth during wet, miserable conditions. Making these boots even more winter-friendly, IcePick lugs relentlessly grip through sub-freezing temps and slick, snow-packed conditions.

    • Recycled P.E.T. ripstop
    • PrimaLoft ThermoBall insulation
    • Elastic gaiter with drawstring closure
    • Internal rear handwarmer pocket
    • Cushioned, injection-molded EVA midsole
    • Rubber sole with IcePick lugs (temperature-sensitive rubber)
    • Item #TNF00ZF

    Tech Specs

    Material
    recycled P.E.T. ripstop
    Insulation
    PrimaLoft ThermoBall
    Closure
    internal gaiter with drawstring closure
    Sole
    IcePick lugs (temperature-sensitive rubber)
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 7 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year limited

    Tech Specs

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    Size down and don't expect plush

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 9

    Ordered the size 9, and these booties are HUGE. I knew they're not actually "boots" and are only intended for basecamp use, but would have been nice if the description mentioned that they're designed for wearing super-thick wool socks. Measured the insoles and according to a size chart, these should fit a 10 or 10.5 foot. Unfortunately I already wore the booties outside and can't return them, so will order a pair of size 11 sheepskin insoles to try to take up some space. Also, the soles are firm plastic/rubber, so don't expect nice soft Crocs comfort (even though the soles look just like Crocs). Nice and warm though, and fine for driving home from the slopes, which was my plan.

    Met my requirements!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 11

    I thought I will give a try to this product. I was looking for an easy to wear outdoors/snow boots and I think I found it. It's light but warm. Perfect to walk my dogs in a cold winter night or to play on snow without worries that I will get wet sock back home. I usually wear size 11 and knowing run big I ordered 11 because in winter I tend to use very thick socks.

    Not just for hut trips

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I bought this for my boyfriend after we went on several slipperless hut trips together. He loves them! He has yet to take them on inside the house, so I'd say they are a winner

    Basecamp Boot

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

    As other reviews suggest, these boots serve one purpose. Keeping your feet warm. I recently took these on a Yurt trip and they kept my feet toasty during the cold nights. The full boot bottom allows trips out in the snow and you don't need to worry about them getting wet.

    It's about warmth, not trekking.

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

    I wanted a boot for one primary purpose; keeping my feet warm in basecamp. If my feet (and hands) get really cold, I'm cold. And it takes forever to get warmed back up. So the thermal quality was by far my #1 criteria. I originally ordered another Northface boot, the Chilkat II. When it arrived I found that it not only runs EXTREMELY small, but it is a much heftier, heavier and bigger boot than I really needed for my purposes. Instead of exchanging it for a larger size (I was already at 1.5 X my normal size), I opted to look at the Thermoball. It's exactly what I was looking for: WARMTH in basecamp. Do NOT buy this boot expecting to do any hiking in it. It is a basecamp boot only. And, oddly enough, it runs large (go figure). I usually take a 10.5 and decided to get the Thermoball in a 10 (or I would have had to go down to a 9 because there are no half-sizes). It was a good choice. It leaves room for warm socks. It's warm. It's comfortable. It's somewhat water shedding, (although I wouldn't ford a stream in them). It's light and is very easy to slip on & off. And the soul is rugged enough to hopefully provide some extended wear. I'm very happy with my warm feet.

    Worried they wouldn't fit.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 11

    I was worried when I bought these they would be hard to pull on. I have a high arch and they glide on smoothly. I have wide feet, which make these very comfortable. If you have narrow feet, they may seem to roomy. I've taken numerous walks on snow covered trails with normal socks and have never been cold. Normally I wear a 10.5 W or 11 normal. I bought the 11's and am very happy.

    too much room

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

    it looks like real out door boots, but there's too much room inside, hard to walking normally with these on.

    I don't think it is size matter,my toe almost reach end of the boots.

    and it is kind of thin, make me doubt it keep my feet warm.

    Are these boots waterproof? How warm are they? I am a paraplegic and won't be able to gauge how warm they are. I have to deal with swelling issues too. Since my accident I have had to go up and width. I saw these run wide. That is good for me. Are there any brands that have wide widths or are known to be wider? Needless to say I will not be walking

    Does this version of the shoe fit snugly around the foot? I wear a size 13 and the first version kept my feet sliding inside the shoe so I had to return them for a size down. Would I have to do that again with this one?