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A throwback to the ever-popular clog, Amoret Boots feature pebbled leather and rich suede. The pull-on boots dress up with a 2-1/2" wooden heel, rivet detailing and a 6" shaft that can be worn up or down. Cozy sheepskin lining. A great way to provide warmth without forgoing fashion!
• UGG® Australia Amoret Boots • Pebbled leather mid boot with Twinface shaft or all suede upper with sheepskin lining. • Leather strap and antique brass buckle. • 6 " shaft height. • Insole: Foam-cushioned leather lined footbed with 7mm curly sheepskin forefoot; leather-lined heel with heat-embossed logo. • Outsole: 2 1/2" beech wood outsole with molded rubber in the heel and forefoot for traction. Dome shaped nailhead details.
Available Colors Black Java
Size Women's whole sizes 6-11 Half sizes order down.
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