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Sale! UGG® Australia Women's Waterproof Ashdale Rain Shoes

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Sale! UGG® Australia Women's Waterproof Ashdale Rain Shoes
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Description
The women's UGG® Australia Ashdale will keep your feet warm and dry and give them a bold, playful look, with bright patent and leather with fun lace-up detailing, including a leather tongue and lace with rubber toe—all waterproof to keep moisture out.

A sheepskin sock liner naturally wicks away moisture to help keep your feet dry inside, too. The Ashdale has infused cork into the molded rubber bottom for extra cushion, traction and durability. Imported.

• UGG® Australia women's rain shoe
• Waterproof design for rain or snow
• Sheepskin sock liner, leather tongue and lace
• Cork and rubber bottom for extra cushion and traction
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4.0 (based on 1 customer reviews)

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Comments about Product:
I typically wear 6.5w. I ordered 6M.
A really, really nice shoe, I really had a struggle not to return. I tested these shoes for a half hour in my home. The first 10 minutes, they squealed with every step. Then the noise went away, but after 30 minutes, I removed them to find both inner front bones were red/raw. I really needed 6 Wide, not available.

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