When you live in cold places, you want a powerful ward against the winters, and the Sorel Whitney II Short Lace Boot offers just such protection, with a touch of rugged style. A waterproof membrane keeps your toes dry while strolling through snow drifts, while still letting them breathe so they don't end up cold and clammy. A whopping 200g of insulation provides toasty warmth all the way down to -25 degrees Fahrenheit, and the molded rubber soles will help keep you on your toes.
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