Bogs Whiteout Woven Boot - Women's

Bogs Whiteout Woven Boot - Women's
Bogs Whiteout Woven Boot - Women's
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Whiteout Woven Boot - Women's by Bogs
Adding a pleasant alternative to flat-colored rain boots, the Bogs Whiteout Woven Boot stands tall in a textile-like appearance while remaining a confident rain, snow, and sloppy trial conqueror. Constructed with 7mm of Neo-Tech insulation on the inside for stellar warmth and a moisture-wicking Bogs Max-Wick layer, you'll step into a cozy cocoon for all-day on the go. The tall shaft fits under snow pants and protects along deep, ungroomed trails while the BioGrip outsole finds grip no matter the trail conditions.

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