Sorel Glacier XT Boot - Men's

Sorel Glacier XT Boot - Men's
Sorel Glacier XT Boot - Men's
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Glacier XT Boot - Men's by Sorel
Slip into the Sorel Men's Glacier XT Boot when the world looks like a large iceberg outside your window. This heavy-duty winter boot boasts a waterproof rubber sole that encapsulates your foot in snow-shedding protection, and the textile upper has a PU coating for wind- and water-resistance. Sorel lined this boot in Omni-Heat to reflect body heat back to you, and the ThermoPlus felt insulation is removable to help regulate warmer winter days. Underfoot, the Glacier features a removable Meltdown midsole that adds warmth, and the bonded felt frost plug adds cushy comfort. The vulcanized rubber sole offers long-lasting traction thanks to the aero-trac non-loading tread.

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SKU: SRL000E
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