Kamik SiennaF2 Boot - Women's

Kamik SiennaF2 Boot - Women's
Kamik SiennaF2 Boot - Women's
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SiennaF2 Boot - Women's by Kamik
Keep your feet warm and stylish through fall and winter in the Kamik SiennaF2 Boot. Its leather and flannel uppers provide style while also keeping your feet dry in snow storms. Fold down the top of the uppers to switch up your style and show off the comfortable shearling lining. Inside the boot, its fleece lining wicks moisture to keep your feet comfortable on long commutes and the EVA footbed repels unpleasant odors and cushions your every step. A waterproof rubber shell protects your feet as you slosh through slush puddles and the rubber soles deliver lightweight traction so you can safely make your way across the city on slippery surfaces.

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SKU: KKM008P
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