X Ultra Mid Winter CS WP Boot - Women's by Salomon
Tromp through deep-snow drifts, tackle freezing temperatures, and navigate iced-over sidewalks with the waterproof protection, toasty insulation, and sure-footed grip of the Salomon Women's X Ultra Winter CS WP Boot. Ready for winter's worst, this boot features a waterproof nubuck leather upper and Climasalomon membrane for total protection when you're shoveling snowed-in driveways, crossing slushy parking lots, or hiking on freshly dusted trails. Thinsulate insulation traps fiery heat to alleviate frozen feet when Arctic fronts blast through your locale so you don't have to call it quits and seek shelter in the less-fun indoors. Plus, the fuzzy textile lining adds a touch of cozy-softness to your winter wear.Supporting your every step, the boot's OrthoLite EVA footbed provides high levels of comfort for walking long distances. Its injected EVA midsole absorbs impact from treading over rough terrain, while the molded shank support keeps you cruising comfortably over uneven surfaces when you're hiking through the woods or in the mountains. And to keep you from slipping on black ice and slick winter surfaces, the Contagrip sole grips over icy, snowed-over surfaces like a set of winter tires for your vehicle.
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