Sorel Winter Carnival Boot - Women's

Sorel Winter Carnival Boot - Women's
Sorel Winter Carnival Boot - Women's
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Winter Carnival Boot - Women's by Sorel
Celebrate snow, slush, and icy rain with the Sorel Women's Winter Carnival Boot. Classic Sorel design comes together with relevant style in this warm and waterproof winter boot. Since it's made with a waterproof nylon upper with fully sealed seams, you won't have to worry about your feet getting wet when you inadvertently walk through a puddle. The cozy innards of this boot are composed of a sherpa fleece snow cuff and a removable felt liner boot that can be removed and washed. The handcrafted rubber shell and sole remain true to classic Sorel style, and will keep cold and wetness from seeping in through the bottom, sides, or toes.

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SKU: SRL000W
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