Helly Hansen Tundra CWB 2 Boot - Men's

Helly Hansen Tundra CWB 2 Boot - Men's
Helly Hansen Tundra CWB 2 Boot - Men's
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Tundra CWB 2 Boot - Men's by Helly Hansen
Helly Hansen's most protective and advanced snow boot, the Tundra CWB 2 Boot is built to get you through deep snow and ice cold weather in comfort. The Primaloft insulation traps body heat to keep blood circulating through your toes, while the seam sealed synthetic outer offers a waterproof barrier that keeps melting snow and slush from sneaking into your socks. To further enhance comfort the EVA midsole boasts support and cushion for long days spent trudging through deep snow, snowshoeing on beautiful trails, or just an hour or two spent shoveling your walk. Luckily you can do all of this with confidence thanks to the impressive grip of the tire-thread patterned cold weather compound soles.

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