Chaco Fields Waterproof Boot - Women's

Chaco Fields Waterproof Boot - Women's
Chaco Fields Waterproof Boot - Women's
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Fields Waterproof Boot - Women's by Chaco
Just because you aren't able to spend every day on the trail doesn't mean you can't pretend that's where you are. Lace up the Chaco Fields Boot to bring a little trail style to your everyday wardrobe. With a tucked-in pair of jeans and a cozy fleece, you'll have that off-duty thru-hiker look dialed, plus plenty of traction for whatever Mother Nature throws your way. A full-grain leather upper promises to mold to your foot over time, while Chaco's renowned Luvseat footbed and a springy EVA midsole support your foot through long days of errands. The non-marking, skid-resistant rubber sole and its capable tread give you plenty of stability when you head off-road, even if it's just for a quick lunchtime walk through the park.

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SKU: CHA00AV
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