The North Face Japan has dropped a set of fleece-lined Nomad Clogs, cozy slip-ons to keep your feet warm ahead of spring. The silhouette sports a flat construction similar to the label’s NSE III Tent Mules, except with a little less bulk and a lot more fuzzy lining.
Available in three understated colorways, “Black,” “Taupe Green” and “Utility Brown,” the clog only a handful of details appear on its uppers, yielding a clean, minimal look aside from the cozy lining that juts out from the rear. At the top of the shoe is an adjustable cinch cord that lets the wearer tighten the fit around their ankles for an effortless fit and below this sits an embroidered “THE NORTH FACE” logo next to tonal double-stitching. These features rest over a durable and cushioning EVA midsole, executed in tonal shades that match the clog’s insulated uppers.
The North Face’s Nomad Clogs are currently available on The North Face’s website for ¥8,393 JPY (approximately $80 USD).
The North Face’s domestic footwear selection recently expanded with the label’s first carbon-plated trail shoe.