Whether you're heading to the shed to get more firewood or taking the dog on a snowy adventure, you'll be dry and warm as you trudge through heavy snow with the Sorel 1964 PAC Nylon Boot. With a durable nylon upper and a vulcanized rubber shell, both fully waterproof, you'll be able to ward off frozen snow and slush to keep your feet toasty. The Sherpa Pile fleece snow cuff and removable felt liner give you reliable warmth on the coldest days, all the way down to -40 degrees Fahrenheit. The felt frost plug midsole prevents cold from creeping up from the bottom when you're walking over snow and ice, while the herringbone-patterned outsole helps you keep your feet on slippery sidewalks.
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