Columbia Heavenly Chimera Omni-Heat Outdry Boot - Women's

Columbia Heavenly Chimera Omni-Heat Outdry Boot - Women's
Columbia Heavenly Chimera Omni-Heat Outdry Boot - Women's
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Heavenly Chimera Omni-Heat Outdry Boot - Women's by Columbia
The Columbia Women's Heavenly Chimera Omni-Heat Outdry Boot may have an excessively long name, but it has earned it by providing the right amount of protection from the elements. An Outdry membrane seals out moisture as you trudge through slushy sidewalks while allowing vapor to escape. Sythetic insulation locks out cold air to maintain the feeling in your toes, while an Omni-Heat lining reflects heat back to your foot. Faux fur backs up the leather and knit upper to add a touch of luxury to this modern aesthetic. You can have confidence in each step with an Omni-Grip outsole giving you traction, while the PU footbed absorbs shock to reduce fatigue.

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