Toms Ashland Boot - Men's

Toms Ashland Boot - Men's
Toms Ashland Boot - Men's
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Ashland Boot - Men's by Toms
The Toms Men's Ashland Boot is reminiscent of snowy cabins with smoke coming out of the chimney. Its proofed leather prevents snowflakes from dampening the sturdy nubuck overtime, and the warm lining keeps you cozy in search for dry wood outside. Toms added a mesh lining treated to reduce odor for as much comfort inside the cabin as outside.

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