Salomon Vaya Blaze TS CSWP Boot - Women's

Salomon Vaya Blaze TS CSWP Boot - Women's
Salomon Vaya Blaze TS CSWP Boot - Women's
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Vaya Blaze TS CSWP Boot - Women's by Salomon
Big clunky winter boots might be warm, but they don't exactly offer all-day comfort and are far from aesthetically pleasing. Salomon's Vaya Blaze TS CSWP Boots offer plenty of insulated warmth while maintaining a sleek profile that blends right in whether at work, class, or a weekend hike in the snow. The two-hundred gram insulation rating packs plenty of warmth without a noticeable increase in weight to strike a perfect balance between coziness and functionality. A fully waterproof materials lay-up ensures that your toes stay completely dry even when warmer afternoon temperatures make the streets slushy. A built-in winter sockliner surrounds the foot in a soft and cozy material for unbeatable coziness.

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SKU: SALZ9CO
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