The North Face Shellista Roll-Down Insulated Waterproof Pac Boots for Ladies
A fashionable roll-down boot with Shellista cold-weather performance and protection built in, The North Face® Shellista Roll-Down Pac Boots for Women offers ladies the protection they need for cold weather fun. Made with H2O Proof waterproof construction, the waterproof, BLC-compliant leather uppers feature a soft fleece lining through the collar and tongue for comfort. A woman-specific, injection molded TPR shell around the foot features a streamlined design that eliminates bulk without compromising 100% waterproof protection from the nastiest winter weather. 200 gram PrimaLoft® Silver Eco insulation helps block out the winter cold, while the TNF Winter Grip® outsoles feature IcePick® temperature sensitive lugs for sure traction in the nastiest and slickest of winter conditions. Collar can be worn up for warm comfort or down for a sharp and stylish look. Average weight per pair: 2 lbs. 3.4 oz. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: NF0A3RQY.
Stylish, warm, and waterproof pac boots for women
Waterproof, BLC-compliant leather uppers
Roll-down collar - wear up for warmth or down for a fashionable look
200 g PrimaLoft Silver Eco insulation - protects your feet from the bitter cold
TNF Winter Grip outsole with IcePick temperature sensitive lugs
Web ID: 100094320
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Questions & Answers
What temperature is this boot rated for (how many degrees below zero)?
Asked by: RCOSTEEN
Hi, we do not list a temperature ratings. The warmth that one feels may depend on one’s metabolism, what one eats in the day, on one’s state of health, etc. However, you can look for the number that appears next to the name of the insulation, this represents the weight of the insulation used.
Generally speaking, winter boots have 200g of insulation which is enough in town, to walk outside or to stay active.
If your feet are still cold, you may want to consider a heated insole. Maybe you’ll prefer the toe warmers. Another option would be to use a wool or sheepskin insole which retains heat. Moreover, this insole can be added to any pair of boots like your trekking boots to extend the season for your walks in the forest!
This insulation is very popular with various brands making winter boots. It’s made of small hollow polyester fibers which are highly compressible and surprisingly water resistant. This insulation, therefore, provides excellent warmth for its weight