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Dvs Westridge Snow Boots

With cold and wet weather around the corner, we have started to look at some winter boots. Surfing the web we came across the DVS Westridge, a rugged, water resistant boot, allowing you to stomp through the slush and snow without soaking your feet. It features CGT (Cold Grip Technology) - designed to increase traction, and Thinsulate Insulation - to keep your feet comfortable in the harshest conditions.

Available from the DVS online store or from Amazon

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