Columbia Bugaboot Plus IV Omni-Heat Wide Boot - Men's

Columbia Bugaboot Plus IV Omni-Heat Wide Boot - Men's
Columbia Bugaboot Plus IV Omni-Heat Wide Boot - Men's
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Bugaboot Plus IV Omni-Heat Wide Boot - Men's by Columbia
Whether you're hiking a snowy trail or on your winter commute to work, getting cold feet can put a serious damper on your day. Columbia's Bugaboot Plus IV Omni-Heat leaves nothing up to chance, boasting a synthetic insulation rated to -25F to keep those toes toasty in the worst weather. Omni-Heat technology utilizes heat-reflective materials inside of the shoe to trap the heat that the insulation helps create, helping to keep your feet warm even if you're standing around outside. Paired with 200 grams of synthetic insulation, this iteration of the Bugaboot is among the warmest winter boots available in Columbia's line. The fully seam-sealed construction allows you to venture off the beaten path during your winter adventures.

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