Columbia Fairbanks Rover Boot - Men's

Columbia Fairbanks Rover Boot - Men's
Columbia Fairbanks Rover Boot - Men's
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Fairbanks Rover Boot - Men's by Columbia
The Men's Fairbanks Rover is a casual leather boot that Columbia insulated and prepared for winter's snowy cold. Omni-Tech waterproofing protects the warm insulation and leather upper from snowy weather so your foot stays comfortably dry and warm all winter long. Underfoot, Techlite's cushy midsole and Omni-Grip rubber gives solid traction when the snow turns sidewalks to ice.

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