Sorel Whitney Short Lace Boot - Women's

Sorel Whitney Short Lace Boot - Women's
Sorel Whitney Short Lace Boot - Women's
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Whitney Short Lace Boot - Women's by Sorel
When you live in Fairbanks year-round, you want a powerful ward against the cold winters, whether you prowl the streets or the wild. The Women's Sorel Whitney Short Lace Boot offers just such protection, with a touch of rugged style. A waterproof membrane keeps your toes dry strolling through snow drifts, while still letting them breath so they don't end up cold and clammy. A whopping 200g of insulation provides toasty warmth all the way down to -25 degrees Fahrenheit so you can stay out late and wander into the taiga for a little exploration. A touch of faux fur trim combined with nylon uppers lends classic exploration style to your outfit whether you roam in town or on tundra, and the molded rubber soles will help keep you on your toes.

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SKU: SRL008O
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