While winter may be a formidable foe, the Sorel Snowlion XT Boot is a cheerful adversary for your archetypal cold-weather ventures. These iconic boots represent years of abrasive winters spent shoveling driveways, catapulting icy snowballs, and chasing the kids around snow forts. Ideal for virtually any snowy endeavor, these brogans distinguish themselves from the ranks of bubblegum boots by protecting you from the harsh elements while simultaneously keeping your feet cozy warm. Forged for safeguarding your feet, these boots are outfitted with a durable weather resistant PU-backed synthetic upper, built-in gaiter, and barrel lock drawcord--sealing in the good stuff and keeping the fluffy junk out. The Omni-Heat reflective lining toaster-ovens warmth, while a felt liner boot regulates temperature and moisture build up. And--to boot--these snow shoes are equipped with a tenacious molded waterproof thermal rubber shell, complete with multi-directional lugs for enhanced traction and maximum stability. So while you neighbors are going knock-kneed and doing splits over icy slush in their driveway, you can stand steady in precarious conditions.
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