Sorel Glacy Explorer Boot - Women's

Sorel Glacy Explorer Boot - Women's
Sorel Glacy Explorer Boot - Women's
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Glacy Explorer Boot - Women's by Sorel
What good is winter style if it's not waterproof' The Sorel Glacy Explorer Women's Boot proves that you can rock a laid-back, youthful look while still protecting your feet against the elements. This boot is made with a waterproof, breathable membrane, so you know the suede leather and canvas fabric will keep unwanted moisture away from your feet. The full-length fleece insulation works to keep your feet nice and warm, whether your exploration includes slick urban streets or snowy trails at your local park. The molded EVA footbed with heel cup and arch support gives your foot the comfort it needs when your cold-weather outings last longer than expected, and the molded rubber outsole gives you stability on winter surfaces, so you can spend your day exploring on your feet, instead of your backside.

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SKU: SRL0235
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