Oboz Moonlight Insulated BDry Boot - Women's

Oboz Moonlight Insulated BDry Boot - Women's
Oboz Moonlight Insulated BDry Boot - Women's
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Moonlight Insulated BDry Boot - Women's by Oboz
Storm totals are in, and your tiny town got dumped on after this latest system. Whether you're sighing or celebrating, one thing you know for sure is that life goes on. Trudge through deep snowbanks and slushy sidewalks in the Oboz Women's Moonlight Insulated BDry Boot, and your toes will stay dry from your first few hours of shoveling the driveway to your walk home from the grocery store for a fresh supply of hearty provisions. Hailing from Montana, Oboz knows a few things about snow day functionality. It equips the Moonlight with a waterproof nubuck leather upper as a first durable line of defense against the snow, then adds another proprietary waterproof treatment just to make sure your toes really stay dry. Thinsulate synthetic insulation holds a layer of heat around your feet when you have no choice but to stand outside watching your daughter's slalom race on a frigid morning, and even a BFit thermal footbed works to hold onto warmth while supporting you. Finally, sticky silicone-infused rubber outsoles make sure slick sidewalks and icy crosswalks don't slow you down.

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