Ariat Wexford H20 Boot - Women's

Ariat Wexford H20 Boot - Women's
Ariat Wexford H20 Boot - Women's
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Wexford H20 Boot - Women's by Ariat
If you prefer your winter boots short and sweet rather than tall and fur-lined, the Ariat Wexford H20 Women's Boot was made for you. Slip this pretty little Chelsea boot on with your cuffed denim and step stylishly through puddles, slush, and snow on the sidewalks while your feet stay dry and stylishly happy. Ariat crafts the Wexford out of durable full-grain leather then adds a Gore-Tex membrane to make the boot impervious to nasty winter weather. A durable heel--complete with rubber outsole--means you won't slide around dangerously on slick sidewalks, and Ariat's ATS construction keeps your feet stable and supported all day long.

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