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Vans
Standard Snow MTE Boot

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $89.98 - $125.96 Original price: $179.95
Up to 50% off
Color:Navy/Black

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Why We Like The Standard Snow MTE Boot

Initially it was the casual style of the Vans Standard Snow MTE Boot that caught our eye, but after we wore them we realized it was the warmth and waterproof protection that really set these apart. A removable felt liner traps heat to keep our toes feeling good, while the rubber lowers keep water from melting snow and slushy puddles out of our socks.


Details

  • Winterboot designed for snowy hikes or après ski comfort
  • Rubber coated upper seals out moisture with ease
  • Removable felt liner traps heat on the coldest days
  • Lace closure locks in a reliable fit on a daily basis
  • MTE outsole grips variable winter terrain without fail
  • Item #VANR38M
Upper Material
leather, synthetic, waterproof rubber
Insulation
felt
Lining
removable felt
Closure
lace
Sole
MTE snow boot
Claimed Weight
[single, men's 6.5 / women's 8] 1lb 13.9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
30 days
Activity
casual, snowshoeing

Overall Rating

3 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

December 13, 2022

Great quality, just run small

Had to send back and order these in a bigger size for my boyfriend. All is great except for that. He loves them

Cori S
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

1 out of 5 stars

December 8, 2021

Order size up!

Very stout toe box. Not sure if this boot is comfortable bc it was so small though don?t think I will be redordering, just returning. This boot felt off. The heel is slanted inward a lot

taylor G
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com