0C12O1TQG1K807 Heavenly slip ii omni-heat boot – women’s

(6 customer reviews)


  • artificial fabric
  • imported
  • rubber sole
  • shaft measures approximately mid-calf from arch
  • omni-warmth: our patented heat reflective garments are the last frame warmth management gadget for outside overall performance. The interior lining consists of our metallic dot sample designed to hold heat, even as the breathable cloth dissipates moisture.
  • omni-tech: our proprietary generation presents air-permeable safety this is water-proof and breathable, preserving mom nature’s elements out, on the same time permitting the inner to breathe, retaining you dry and comfortable no matter the situations.
  • fashion meets function: the precise mixture of characteristic and fashion, this smooth insulated boot draw diffused attention anywhere it is going, even as keeping your toes warm and dry within the extremes.
  • accessible features: it capabilities a soft fake fur collar and lining, brilliant 200g insulation, a detachable contoured pu footbed, and our signature omni-grip non-marking traction rubber outsole make this boot best for any cold, icy days.
  • temperature scores: rated -25f/-32c for cold, heavy snow days.
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product description

fashionable iciness warmth is all yours inside the columbia® heavenly slip ii omni-warmness™ boot. 200 g insulation is rated for temperatures down to -25°f/-32°c. Waterproof woven fabric top boasts a quilted layout. Zippered closure at medial aspect. Omni-warmth™ reflective thermal lining enables lock in warm temperature. Detachable, contoured pu footbed. Omni-grip™ advanced traction rubber outsole provides reliable grip. Imported. Measurements:
weight: thirteen ounces
circumference: 14 in
shaft: eight in
product measurements were taken the use of size nine, width b – medium. Please note that measurements may additionally vary by length. Weight of footwear is based on a unmarried object, no longer a pair.


5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 12


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6 reviews for 0C12O1TQG1K807 Heavenly slip ii omni-heat boot – women’s

  1. joanna

    I can not emphasize this enough: this boot DOES run small I like everyone claims. I thought for sure these people were crazy. Really?? Order one full size larger?? Yes ladies, at least one full size larger. I almost always wear 9.5. Rarely 9, rarely 10. I ordered 10.5 and with my regular semi-thick socks, they are almost snug. I tried them on with my thick insulated socks and they ARE snug. I would send them back for size 11 if I could get them for the same price, but somehow I was able to get the 10.5 for just under $34 and the size 11 is $129. Since I’m only going to be wearing these for a week during my Christmas holiday in Colorado, I think I can deal with the snugness for the price.Additional details: I’m 5’10”, 150 lbs, 34” pants inseam, 28” waist, and Scandinavian. Hope this review helps people get their sizing right the first time.Read more

  2. Victoria Elias

    Holy cow, these boots are amazing!!! I wore them in Mammoth in 10 feet of fresh powder with occasional negative degree temperatures, and my feet were so nice and toasty! They’re rated for -25 F and I believe it. I wore a single pair of wool socks and couldn’t have asked for warmer feet. I even bought those little warming packets just in case, but I never even had to unpack them.These boots were extremely comfortable, the soles provide good grip on snow and ice (I mean nothing will be perfect on ice except maybe metal studs, but these are good!), and the way they’re designed, even if you walk in super high powdery snow and snow falls into the top opening, the bottom part (starting above the ankle) is tapered and the snow never actually falls into the area with your feet, and further, you never feel the cold where the snow is. I had snow pants with the extra powder layer, so if you’re wearing regular pants you might feel it more on your legs, but I doubt you’re climbing in 10 feet of fresh snow with jeans on so it’s a moot point. The snow was so powdery and high that I couldn’t even go snowshoeing, but I did attempt to do a hike wearing these boots, and I was sinking in to about my shoulders with each step. The activity was quickly abandoned, but I spent many hours exploring in the snow and ice, and these boots stood up to the task like a champ. I was worried because they’re a tad shorter than what I originally wanted, but as I stated, the design removes the concerns I had about snow falling in.I usually wear a 7.5-8 and I read reviews about people finding these shoes to be small or uncomfortable, so I went with a size 8. I rarely have problems with shoes, but sometimes I do find certain ballet style flats to be on the tight side until they stretch a little, so I don’t think my feet are extremely narrow. It’s probably the design meant to keep the snow out that some people find challenging because it feels tight slipping your foot in, but once your heel is all the way in, it’s roomy and very nice, and there isn’t any tightness anywhere. Obviously, everyone’s feet are different, but I really love these boots and the way they fit! They say waterproof on them and I have found this to be true. My feet were 100% dry after hours of trudging through really high snow. They’re also lightweight and kind of pretty, so you can wear them anywhere, from a backcountry snow hike to après-ski drinks at the bougiest resorts.Read more

  3. Dragonkitty

    I just got these about 5 minutes ago, so I can’t speak for the weatherproofing. I’m going to assume it’s fine because I have only seen glowing references to it in other reviews. This is about fit, support, and comfort, from the viewpoint of someone who has a narrow heel and a wide toe, and also requires orthotics.A+++!It is extremely difficult for me to find shoes and boots that fit me properly.I have a narrow heel and a wide toe.I have chronic plantar fasciitis.I have pronation.I need to wear orthotics for arch support, to help with the pronation.Seeing all of the negative reviews about the narrowness of the sizing, and the positive reviews about how the narrowness got better once your foot was all the way in and got better as you break them in, I opted to get a half size up to make sure I would have room for my orthotics.These fit me like they were made for me. The half size up gives me just enough room for a 1/2 length orthotic. My ankle is supported, my heel isn’t rubbing up and down when I walk, and I can still wiggle my toes while wearing warm socks.These boots are so light that when my mail carrier handed me the package, I thought for a split second that I had been sent an empty box.The insole has some support, and has some cushioning to it.I hope this helps someone else who has hard to fit feet like mine.Read more

  4. Cathy

    I participate in Schutzhund and train outdoors at night. While these boots are warm enough for Va/NC weather, they run ridiculously small and narrow. I wear a 9 but ordered a 10. Length would have been ok but they are narrow and make my feet slightly numb when I wear thick socks. Also, haven’t tried to clean the mud off of them so not sure how that will go. They are actually cute(in my world) and I almost hated to take them for dog training but ….Columbia; start making your boots wider!Read more

  5. Monday-Monday

    I usually wear 9.5 wide. Ordered 10.5, still too small and tight. Columbia needs to add wide sizing to their boot line. I will have to send back. I think it’s a nice boot. Will have to add arch support for those that need better support. Doesn’t have a big heavy sole. More like an earth shoe feel.Read more

  6. C.Packer

    I originally ordered a size 7 but had to return for a size 8. So yes they run small. They do keep my feet warm with temperatures around 8-15. I like the way the fit. I love how they are easy to pull on, however I have been wearing my new boots in Montana for just a week and the zipper broke off! There is no way to zip them up here in this weather without the zip! I am still here on vacation and now I don’t have a boot to wear in the snow….. I would not recommend.Read more

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