Chaco Borealis Tall Waterproof Boot - Women's

Chaco Borealis Tall Waterproof Boot - Women's
Chaco Borealis Tall Waterproof Boot - Women's
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Borealis Tall Waterproof Boot - Women's by Chaco
Drifts and drizzles won't scare you when you approach them in the Chaco Borealis Tall Waterproof Boot. The Borealis features waterproof, full-grain leather that ensure no moisture seeps in--Chaco even sealed the seams for extra measure--and maintains its sleek look over time. A coffee-based, charcoal fleece lining is waterproof and releases heat back to the body for warmth when the temperatures are low. This lining also has natural anti-odor properties for fresh feet after a long day in the snow. Its Luvseat footbed is certified by podiatrists and will provide your feet with day-long comfort. Confidently strut across wintery surfaces with the Chacogrip rubber soles that have diamond lugs optimized for slippery roads and sidewalks and take on everything the season throws at you.

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