Columbia Heavenly Omni-Heat Boot - Women's

Columbia Heavenly Omni-Heat Boot - Women's
Columbia Heavenly Omni-Heat Boot - Women's
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Heavenly Omni-Heat Boot - Women's by Columbia
Visit winter markets in style in the Columbia Women's Heavenly Omni-Heat Boots. The perfect blend of chic style and weather-fighting protection, these boots are fully insulated and backed by an Omni-Heat Reflective lining which features little silver dots that reflect body heat to keep your feet warmer, longer. The Omni-Tech construction provides waterproof, breathable protection, so you can venture out no matter the weather. A sleek, waterproof upper is topped with a faux-fur collar and tongue lining for luxurious style and added warmth. An Omni-Grip sole ensures traction on cold, slick surfaces leaving you free to enjoy the sights of the season.

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