The North Face Women’s McMurdo Boot


Women’s McMurdo, waterproof snow boot


Face Women's McMurdo, snow boot

  • Waterproof nubuck leather upper
  • Superior waterproof capacity, thanks to the double-adhesive, latex seam-sealed construction
  • Waterproof TPU shell with flex grooves for comfortable foot flexion
  • Comfort rated for -40°F/-40°C during active use
  • Tough terrain? No problem. Durable TNF Winter Grip™ rubber outsole with Ice Pick™ temperature sensitive snowflake lugs are featured to chomp into a variety of slick and wet terrain.
    *TNF Winter Grip™ rubber outsole + Ice Pick™ lugs designed to maximize traction in subzero temperatures.
  • 400g PrimaLoft® Eco Insulation
  • Dri-Lex® fleece lining with faux fur collar
  • Cushioning and all-day comfort thanks to the Northotic™ compression-molded, dual density, internal midsole
  • x-2 footbed for shock absorption
  • Gusseted tongue to keep snow and debris out
  • Shaft height: 6.5 inches
  • Colors: Brownie/Cosmos Pink; and Black/Pumice Grey

The North Face Women’s McMurdo Boots have been used for:

  • running errands in -30°F windchill
  • tubing with the kids
  • staying warm and dry in slushy snow
  • keeping warm in cold Maine winters
  • shoveling snow
  • walking in heavy snow
  • keeping feet warm in -20°F Wisconsin weather
  • snowshoeing
  • hiking
  • building snowmen
  • staying warm on campus in Michigan
  • staying warm in Siberia for Christmas
  • battling Chicago subzero winters

What customers like about the McMurdo Boot*

  • comfortable
  • warm, even in below zero temps
  • soft against shins/calves
  • lightweight
  • feet stayed dry during rainstorm
  • good traction on slippery pavement
  • supportive and sturdy
  • feet stay warm even with snow on top of toe area.
  • 45% of customer reviews rated the boot as having moderate arch support
  • 39% of customer reviews rated the boot as having excellent arch support

*What customers did not like

  • can feel a little heavy
  • laces popping out of top hook for 2 customers
  • stiffness around the top/back of calf, so need to break in
  • for one customer, toes still felt cold while outside
  • can be difficult to drive in them

*summaries based on customer reviews on &