Columbia Bugaboot Plus Omni-Heat Michelin Boot - Women's

Columbia Bugaboot Plus Omni-Heat Michelin Boot - Women's
Columbia Bugaboot Plus Omni-Heat Michelin Boot - Women's
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Bugaboot Plus Omni-Heat Michelin Boot - Women's by Columbia
Trudge through snowy hikes with the Columbia Women's Bugaboot Plus III Omni-Heat Boot keeping your foot warm and comfortably dry. Its Techlite shell includes leather and fully taped seams for reliable waterproof protection, and midweight insulation ensures warmth in sub-zero temperatures. The Omni-Heat lining reflects your body heat back to you for a surprising amount of warmth, and the nylon, leather upper ensures proper abrasion-resistance for long-lasting durability. Underfoot, Columbia equipped the Bugaboot Plus III with a lightweight Techlite midsole for superior cushioning and high energy return, and the Omni-Grip sole has a high tread for excellent traction on slippery surfaces.

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