Kamik Yukon 5 Boot - Men's

Kamik Yukon 5 Boot - Men's
Kamik Yukon 5 Boot - Men's
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Yukon 5 Boot - Men's by Kamik
You might not be making any trips up to the Yukon this winter, but a good storm can make your local streets feel a whole lot like the frozen tundra, which is where your Kamik Yukon 5 Boots will come in handy. These warm, waterproof, and classically-styled boots will keep your feet sheltered from snow and frigid temps when you've gotta brave wild winter weather. Insulation comes by way of the low-bulk and always-reliable 3M Thinsulate insulation, which keeps your feet warm long after the thermostat dips below freezing. Meanwhile, waterproof leather and a watertight rubber shell keep out unwanted moisture from snow and slush, and provide classic winter style while doing so. The same rubber that's used in the shell, Kamik's lightweight yet durable RubberHe compound, is used on the outsole to give you trusted traction on snowy sidewalks.

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SKU: KKM00AP
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