Vans Sk8-Hi MTE Boot

Vans Sk8-Hi MTE Boot
Vans Sk8-Hi MTE Boot
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Sk8-Hi MTE Boot by Vans
Even if it's dumping snow at prolific rates, you're usually rocking your favorite skate kicks as you hop over snow drifts and walk around puddles on the streets. Upgrade your winter protection without sacrificing clean, laid-back style with the Vans Men's Sk8-Hi MTE Boot. Designed for the casual wearer not content with traditional winter boots, the Sk8-Hi MTE Boot delivers water-resistant protection without sacrificing your style during inclement conditions. The water-resistant leather uppers and cozy lining materials deliver comfort in spades when it's snowing or drizzling in winter. Vans uses a heat-retention layer that's sandwiched between the footbed and sole, preventing your feet from freezing in shivery-cold temperatures. Plus, you'll find the vulcanized rubber sole retains the flexibility you've come to expect from the classic SK8-HI Shoe, but it's upgraded with traction lugs for grip across snowy streets and icy sidewalks.

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SKU: VAN00TX
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