Ahnu Montara Luxe Insulated Waterproof Boot - Women's

Ahnu Montara Luxe Insulated Waterproof Boot - Women's
Ahnu Montara Luxe Insulated Waterproof Boot - Women's
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Montara Luxe Insulated Waterproof Boot - Women's by Ahnu
No, that wasn't your phone vibrating--that's the sound of snowy mountains calling your name. Instead of ignoring it like any other group message, answer the call of the wilderness by lacing up the Ahnu Women's Montara Luxe Insulated Waterproof Boot and breaking trail through the ankle-deep snow. This warm and waterproof boot is made with 200g Thinsulate insulation and a waterproof, breathable membrane to prevent moisture from getting through to your favorite wool socks The upper combines on-mountain functionality with casual style by placing nubuck leather and Italian wool felt in key areas to boost durability and give the boots a unique look. The burly Vibram sole is supported by a TPU shank for added rigidity while hiking on icy winter trails.

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SKU: AHN002E
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