- Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber
- Waterproof woven synthetic textile with faux-fur collar and tongue lining. Omni-Tech waterproof breathable seam-sealed membrane bootie construction. 200g insulation. Rated -25F/-32C. Omni-Heat reflective lining
- Removable contoured PU footbed.
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- Product Dimensions : 30 x 20 x 5 cm; 396.89 Grams
- Date First Available : 9 August 2018
- Manufacturer : Columbia
- ASIN : B0787PGFGD
- Item Model Number : 1803121
- Department : Women’s
Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,451 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #452 in Women's Boots
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The first time I wear them, it snowed, the temperature -4C, and feels like -15C. I went for shopping groceries and walked 2km outside only; walking to the bus stop, in the parking lot of the grocery store, leaving the store and walking again to a bus stop. When I was getting home (IN THE BUS), my feets started to get cold, specifically the toes. I ended up getting back with freezing toes. Even though the boots have Omni-heat and all those beautiful tech names... I wore winter socks... but it was like I had regular socks.
That's why I'm only giving 2 stars, you're supposed to buy winter boots not only to repel water and feel comfortable but also to keep your feets warm, and this pair didn't work for me. Now because the return POLICY is for unused products, I need to spend more money on another pair of boots because this only worked when temperatures are positive (2C feels like -1 my second try).
Columbia is a well-recognized brand for making quality products, but in MY EXPERIENCE, these boots are not what the specs say (keeps you warm up to -32C... yeah, right! Maybe cheaper boots will do.
Reviewed in Canada on 19 December 2019
Kind of disappointed here; I've always liked Columbia boots, but design wise, these ones missed the mark. If you do choose these, definitely go bigger than your normal boot size.