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The North Face NSE Tent Mule £25

Down-filled slippers may seem like the height of decadence, but The North Face NSE Tent Mule was a surprise hit when we first introduced them a couple of Christmases ago and there aren't many more luxurious ways of keeping your toes warm. The current RRP is £30, but we will be selling them in Peebles up until Christmas for only £25 (subject to availability)


These products are currently highlighted in our Peebles branch window displays where they will be on view until 28th December 2009. Prices and data may not be accurate after this time and inclusion on this blog entry does not indicate availability. Please contact our Peebles store directly before travelling in anticipation of a purchase.

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