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EMU® Sheepskin "Valery" Button Detailed Short Boots - 711-945


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711-945 - EMU® Sheepskin ''Valery'' Button Detailed Short Boots
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EMU® Sheepskin "Valery" Button Detailed Short Boots

All buttoned up and ready to go, the Valery boots are a must-have for your cold-weather accessory collection! Offered in your choice of color, these short boots are designed in double-faced sheepskin for timeless wear and durability. Additionally, the boots are water-resistant so they're well-suited for inclement conditions. Buttons decorate the boot's asymmetrical sides, and an EMU placard adorns each heel.


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  • Chestnut - tan exterior with cream interior
  • Purple - purple interior and exterior

  • Style: Boots
    Approximate Shaft Height: 6"
    Approximate Circumference: 10"
    Materials:
    • Upper: Sheepskin
    • Insole: Sheepskin
    • Outsole: Rubber
    Care Instructions: Surface clean. Removable insole is machine washable. Do not place in dryer. Boot is not machine washable
    Made in China

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