Oboz Juniper 6in Insulated B-Dry Boot - Women's

Oboz Juniper 6in Insulated B-Dry Boot - Women's
Oboz Juniper 6in Insulated B-Dry Boot - Women's
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Juniper 6in Insulated B-Dry Boot - Women's by Oboz
The Oboz Juniper 6in Insulated B-Dry Boot keeps your foot warm, dry, and comfortable whether you're wandering through slushy streets or hiking down a frosted trail. It features a BDry membrane that seals out moisture while allowing air to flow, and synthetic insulation that traps in heat and maintains its insulating properties even if it gets wet. A removable footbed uses EVA foam to cushion and comfort your foot, while a thermoplastic chassis protects your foot from bruising and stabilizes each step. The rubber outsole provides traction on slushy, snowy, or muddy surfaces while the ankle-height shaft provides support while you cruise over unpredictable terrain.

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