Winter is officially here and you simply need something to warm those cold feet. Thermoball Traction Mule II Slippers by North Face will keep your feet comfy and warm during the winter months. These synthetic slippers have a grippy rubber sole that creates a good amount of traction and it’s designed to be used outdoors as well as indoors.
These North Face slippers have Thermoball isolation that will keep your feet warm and dry during all sorts of weather conditions. You can go out in the rain or walk around in the snow, these slippers will still contain the heat and they won’t allow any water in. Considering that they have a pretty rugged and strong rubber sole, these slippers are extremely light. That will allow you to walk around the house without making any noise.
The upper side of the Thermoball Traction Mule II Slippers is covered with 100% water-resistant and completely recycled P.E.T. ripstop. You can comfortably go in and out of your house in any weather condition without having to change footwear. That’s always a good thing because we all know that some situations require you to just run out and get back in the house quickly, and no one thinks what’s on their feet in that kind of hurry.
These slippers are very popular among winter sports enthusiasts. Since they’re so warm and comfy, they’re the perfect thing to put on your feet after a long and exhausting day in ski or snowboard boots. Since these slippers are completely isolated with Thermoball from the inside, you don’t need to wear socks at all and still your feet will be warm and cozy. You can get these in 4 different colors and prints- Tree Bark camouflage print, brown houndstooth brick, shiny black/zinc and the shiny cosmic blue.
So, either you’re lounging on some mountain or you simply live in some colder regions that have harsher winters, these Thermoball Traction Mule II Slippers by North Face will provide you with warmth and comfort indoors and outdoors as well.
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