Blundstone Original Lace-Up Boot - Women's

Blundstone Original Lace-Up Boot - Women's
Blundstone Original Lace-Up Boot - Women's
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Original Lace-Up Boot - Women's by Blundstone
As much as you'd like to dive head-first into a ride, you know well that you barn isn't going to clean its self, and your trusty steed won't much appreciate coming home to an unkempt mess of hay and unmentionables, so pull on your pair of Blundstone Lace-Up Original Series Boots and get to work. These tough and work-ready boots stand up to stables and farm life, but are loaded with rustic style for pairing with your favorite blue jeans and button up when it's time to head into town. The durable waterproof leather uppers shed mud and debris with ease, keeping your feet snug and dry inside, and TPU outsoles back up your footing to make sure your steps stay slip-free.

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