Paninaro Omni-Heat Pull On Boot - Women's by Columbia
Slipping on the classic design of the Columbia Paninaro Omni-Heat Pull On, you'll feel the Omni-Heat lining reflecting your body heat and securing a protective microclimate that stays with you as you venture out into cold of winter. Through puddles or soft snowdrifts, sloshing brings confident smiles as the waterproof textile upper with seam-sealed construction fending off any water ingress. At the trailhead, you'll be empowered by the Techlite midsole that conserves energy and puts a spring in your step and reduces fatigue from the adventure. And the fiberglass infused rubber outsole holds tight in slippery and icy conditions on and off the trails. Columbia adds a secured zipper pocket on the boot shaft for storing on-trail valuables or extra cash for impromptu pastry stops.
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Columbia Paninaro Omni-Heat Pull On Boot - Women's
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