Kamik Champlain2 Boot - Men's

Kamik Champlain2 Boot - Men's
Kamik Champlain2 Boot - Men's
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Champlain2 Boot - Men's by Kamik
When you're dealing with sub-zero temperatures and snow on a daily basis, you don't want to mess around; you want a boot like the Kamik Men's Champlain Boot. Your foot stays dry as a bone thanks to the rubber and waterproof suede of the upper, while 200g Thinsulate insulation delivers warmth in the coldest conditions.

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SKU: KKM0108
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