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All hail the ice queen; this beautiful and protective waterproof winter boot is as fashionable as it is rugged. The Snow Canyon has 200 grams of insulation and a faux fur collar to keep things cozy - ideal for relaxing after a day on the mountain, playing at the winter cabin or making your way to the office on a blustery, stormy morning. Inside, the thermal reflective lining traps body heat to create a toasty cocoon of warmth while the high traction rubber sole ensures stability over slippery, unpredictable winter terrain. Technology : OMNI-HEAT Thermal Reflective Make Your Own Heat OMNI-GRIP Hold Tight on Any Terrain Construction : Flexible lightweight TechliteTM shell Warm faux fur collar Combination full-grain suede leather and canvas upper with cement-sealed waterproof construction Omni-Heat reflective lining TechliteTM lightweight cushioned midsole 200 gram insulation Insulation rated -25F/32C Omni-Grip high traction wet rubber grip Weight: size 7, 1/2 pair = 17oz/481.94g Imported Fabric : Upper Full-grain suede leather and canvas with cement-sealed waterproof construction Insulation 200 g Midsole Techlite Shell/Outsole Omni-Grip Non-marking rubber

- Columbia refers to the women's version

CLOSEOUTS . Rugged and fashionable, Columbia Sportswearand#39;s Snow Canyon pac boots are packed with 200g synthetic insulation with an Omni-Heatand#174; reflective lining that helps retain body heat. Available Colors: BLACK/SHALE, CORDOVAN/TUSK. Sizes: 5, 6, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 12, 5.5, 6.5.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the women's version

Columbia Snow Canyon Omni-Heat

previously retailed for:
$47.95 - $110.00

The Columbia Snow Canyon Omni-Heat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 3, 2015 at Columbia.

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