Columbia's Ice Maiden Shorty boot pairs perfectly with Colorado ski trips, wintry weather, and snow gear. With a waterproof construction, a reliable grip, and sleek alpine style, they move effortlessly from the airport to the ski slopes and everywhere in-between. Waterproof leather and textile uppers alongside a seam-sealed membrane keep your feet dry whether tackling parking lot slush or alpine powder. From bluebird days to blizzards, 200g synthetic insulation keeps feet comfortably warm rated down to -25F so no matter the forecast, you'll be prepared. When you decide to take a break from the slopes, the Techlite midsole will provide superior cushioning for all-day wandering comfort. Stay comfortably grounded when temperatures drop and everything freezes, with Columbia's Omni-Grip rubber sole you'll maintain traction even on slippery sidewalks.
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