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Scott Heater Shoes

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The water resistant, lightly insulated microfiber upper and the ErgoLogic Insole keep your feet comfortably dry, even in the foulest weather. With a stiffness index of 7, the heather is the right choice for bikers who are serious about their riding, no matter the conditions.

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