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Eastland Badger Womens Trail Boot

Web Id: P000287786

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      reg. $95.00
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      Padded OrthoLite® comfort insole with patented moisture control for breathable, all day wear. Hand-sewn, Opanka stitch-to-sole construction provides no break-in flexibility and long-lasting wear. Shock-absorbing Polyurethane outsole offers lightweight durability.

      • Imported
      • Synthetic/Man Made
      • Lace-up
      • 1½ in. Heel
      • Breathable Liner
      • Flexible Outsole
      • Boots
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      Rated 3 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
      Rated 3 out of 5 by Shoes ok. I brought this type of boot because I like the look but I'm not sure I would recommend them. The right shoe was not equally manufactured as the left shoe. The right shoe just hurts my foot so bad that I'm not able to wear them no more than an hour or so. A year ago I brought the Windsor and had the same issue except they literally made my right foot skin burn off. I was hoping that I would not have that problem again but the badger is more tolerable. So I hope this would help. December 21, 2013
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