Hunter Original Roll Top Sherpa Boot - Women's

Hunter Original Roll Top Sherpa Boot - Women's
Hunter Original Roll Top Sherpa Boot - Women's
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Original Roll Top Sherpa Boot - Women's by Hunter
The Hunter Original Roll Top Sherpa Boot is the rain boot you can wear on days when conditions change at the drop of a hat. The flexible upper can be worn extended for more protection from water or rolled down for a lower-profile look, so you can change your style throughout the day. Rubber offers waterproofing and traction as it wraps your foot in protection, while Sherpa fleece wraps your foot and lower leg in cozy comfort.

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SKU: HUN004I
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