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The North Face Thermoball Traction Mule II Slippers

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Dec 28, 2015

Category: Gear

You know those moments where you just wish you had a warm slip-on shoe to wear, when you only need to have something on your feet for a trip the mailbox, taking out the garbage, or taking a short trip down the street. The Thermoball Traction Mule II Slipper is the solution.

These slippers are made by North Face, and they’ll keep your toes warm and dry during the winter months. They’re perfect for lounging around a camp fire after a long day on the slopes. Each shoe has a grippy rubber sole, so you’re less likely to slip on snow. They’re water-resistant, and they’re insulated with PrimaLoft Thermoball material (the equivalent to 600 downfill). They’re the winter man’s lazy shoes, and they are available starting at $48.

Purchase: $48

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