Columbia Fairbanks Omni-Heat Boot - Men's

Columbia Fairbanks Omni-Heat Boot - Men's
Columbia Fairbanks Omni-Heat Boot - Men's
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Fairbanks Omni-Heat Boot - Men's by Columbia
You might live in a bustling metropolis, but when it's also the largest city among hundreds of miles of Alaskan wilderness, you'd better be prepared for adverse conditions--even in the heart of town. The Men's Columbia Fairbanks Omni-Heat Boot is designed to take on the icy hurdles of winter while combining style and functionality. A waterproof membrane provides breathable performance, so it can be taken on hikes into the nearby tundra without worrying about wet feet, and a nice layer of insulation combined with a savvy reflective lining mean warm feet no matter how far you wander. Thanks to urban styling, you no longer have to choose between what's fashionable and what's sensible--with this boot you can accomplish both.

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