Columbia Women's Snolucky Snow Boots
While Columbia is known for their reflective Omni-Heat lining in ski jackets and snowboard parkas, many people don't realize that they also apply this same thermal reflective lining to the Columbia Snolucky Snow Boots for women. This high-traction winter footwear is a great solution for women who need an insulated, waterproof and breathable snow boot but don't want to clomp around in heavy and unwieldy shoes. Beneath the lightweight and durable ripstop nylon upper is a layer of Omni-Heat insulation backed with an Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining made up of tiny foil dots. These foil dots help reflect warmth back to your socks and feet while allowing any perspiration vapor to escape through the breathable fabric. Columbia also added an Omni-Tech waterproof and breathable membrane that keeps melted snow and slush from penetrating the Women's Snolucky Snow Boots. Beneath everything is a non-marking Omni-Grip rubber sole that has an independent lug suspension for improved traction on uneven frozen surfaces.
- Upper: Rugged ripstop nylon fabric backed with an Omni-Tech® waterproof and breathable membrane
- Insulation: Omni-Heat® insulation
- Lining: Warm and breathable Omni-Heat® thermal reflective lining
- Compression-molded Techlite® midsole offers lightweight cushioning and comfort
- Non-marking Omni-Grip rubber compound with built-in independent lug suspension
- Weight (half-pair): 13.7oz, 388g (size 7.5)
Purchase the Columbia Snolucky Snow Boots for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 19 2011
LOVE THESE BOOTS
They are VERY light weight and very comfortable...Feels like they have dr scholls insoles.. and fits like a sneaker.. I am normally a 6 or a 6.5 in boots so i got the 7 b/c i heard they run a bit small. the 7 fits great with a bit of toe room but not too much. I don't have narrow feet but i don't have wide feet i'm somewhere in btwn and i fit the standard B width.. .... I did not have a problem with the width on these. if you have wide feet and have to buy wide widths i don't think these will be good for you. The only reason i did not give 5 stars is b/c it hasn't rained or snowed yet and I've only worn them inside my apartment... from the other reviews they seem to be waterproof and warm.
- November 4 2011
Didn't want to go another winter in my heavy Sorel's again, so I was lookng for a lightweight winter boot. These are really really light! wow. They seem like they will be warm, however I have not been able to wear them in snow yet. There is good traction on the bottom, which is why I picked these over the North Face Nuptse bootie. I normally wear a size 6 shoe, but I chose a 7 and glad I did. With a pair of wool socks, they are a perfect fit. I needed a stretchy boot with a bit of give in the toe box, and these seem to do the trick. My only beef: they heel seems a bit hard, but I will put a dr. scholls pad in for that. Also the fuzzy stuff is glued on and some tufts came off, but I really didnt care, I wear snowpants over them anyway.