Blundstone Thermal Boot - Women's

Blundstone Thermal Boot - Women's
Blundstone Thermal Boot - Women's
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Thermal Boot - Women's by Blundstone
Do you get misty-eyed when you have to retire your beloved Blundstone boots for the season when frigid winter weather sets in' Well, put away the tissues, because the Blundstone Women's Thermal Series Boot brings you the same iconic style as your Original 500 Series boots, but with winter-worthy features to allow you to wear your favorite style straight through the coldest months. It's equipped with warmth- and weatherproof-enhancing features to help you endure the cold of winter in comfort and style. Low-profile Thinsulate insulation locks in warmth without adding a bulky look or feel, and the sheepskin footbed adds a cozy feel while keeping the cold from the ground at bay. And since freezing temps often bring snow-blanketed landscapes, Blundstone also gave it a waterproof upper with sealed seams to keep snow and slush from seeping in and dampening your day.

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SKU: BLU000N
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