Heavenly Shorty Omni-Heat Boot - Women's by Columbia
Gone are the days when protecting your feet in a blizzard meant covering them up in a clunky, dull rubber boot and hoping for the best. There are plenty of bygone styles to get nostalgic about, but winter boots are not one of them. This year, add the Columbia Heavenly Shorty Omni-Heat Boot to your closet and marvel at the progress the snow boot has made in the last century. Featuring a chic design and a lightweight upper that won't leave you sweating when you're running errands, the Heavenly comes backed by Columbia's Omni-Tech waterproof treatment and efficient Omni-Heat insulation, which uses reflective material to keep your feet toasty in freezing temps. Along the outsole, a capable rubber tread gives you consistent traction on slushy sidewalks and icy driveways.
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Columbia Heavenly Shorty Omni-Heat Boot - Women's
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