Sorel Whitney II Tall Lace Boot - Women's

Sorel Whitney II Tall Lace Boot - Women's
Sorel Whitney II Tall Lace Boot - Women's
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Whitney II Tall Lace Boot - Women's by Sorel
Head out into the snow in warmth, comfort, and style in the Sorel Whitney II Tall Lace Boot. With waterproof uppers and a waterproof, breathable membrane, your feet will stay dry through snow drifts and slush puddles as you explore the winter landscape. Your feet will stay nice and warm with the 200g of insulation and the fleece lining as you head to the hill for a day of sledding. Its rubber sole offers reliable traction so you can confidently strut on slick surfaces. When your wintery excursions take you through town, the baffled textile upper with its faux fur lining provides you with sleek, sporty style for your urban commutes.

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