Seychelles Footwear Deep Sea Boot - Women's

Seychelles Footwear Deep Sea Boot - Women's
Seychelles Footwear Deep Sea Boot - Women's
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Deep Sea Boot - Women's by Seychelles Footwear
Woven like the reeds of the sea, the Seychelles Deep Sea Boot offers a unique aesthetic on the traditional bootie. The genuine leather is hand crafted for an aged, worn effect giving each boot its own personal touch that only gets better with time. The manmade lining contributes to this personal touch and gives you confidence that your boot was crafted with finesse. A side zipper aids with easy off and on so you can slip in easily before you hit the town. A lightly padded insole supports your foot wherever your day takes you.

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SKU: SYC001H
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