Jacob P.wrote a review of The North Face Missoula Boot - Men's on January 7, 2011
I have been wearing this boot in a city environment in daily -20 F. Has it been warm enough? Sort of. Has it been warmer than everything else I've been wearing? Yes.
These boots are stylish and seem very well made. I haven't worn them long enough to comment on durability, but I think they will probably hold up well. I have the black, and while I appreciate their inconspicuous look in this color, I think they will probably look sharper in the tan.
The boots are warm.
This boot, however, is not made to gobble your foot in a pile of cushy, comfy, warm insulation. This was a boot that was clearly made to allow you to stuff it with the sock of your choice. It's roomy, and it expects you to handle that yourself. I routinely wear a SmartWool Mountaineering sock with them and find it to be a great combo. I am a little let down - I don't know how the boot will do in the fall, as a smaller sock might not be enough for it. Something to think about.
They are exceptionally light for what they are and have had excellent grip in everything. I trudge through snow, slush, ice, and regular pavement without thinking twice.
Highly recommended, true to size.