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Women's BOGSº Insulated Waterproof Boots

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Women's BOGS® Insulated Waterproof High Boots
These Women's BOGSº Boots are insulated and waterproof to offer unsurpassed comfort and warmth in wet weather and messy outdoor conditions.

They're practical and stylish, with sturdy neoprene tops, quick-grip reinforced handles, and high-traction, self-cleaning, nonmarking outsoles.

You'll love them for gardening, walking the dog or running errands on rainy days. Antimicrobial, odor-protection insole keeps them fresh and controls moisture. Imported.

• BOGSº all-weather boots for women
• Unsurpassed comfort and warmth
• Practical and stylish in great colors
• High-traction, self-cleaning outsoles

Available Colors

Women's whole sizes 6-11; half sizes order up
High boot height is approx. 14"H
Mid-calf boot height is approx. 9-1/2"H

Women's BOGS® Insulated Waterproof High Boots
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5.0 (based on customer reviews)

By sheepherder
have had offers to buy them off my feet
Comments about Product:
Love the high boots! I took them to a herding trial that was swampy in some places. I had people offering to buy them off my feet! Did not slip or pull off in the mud, easy to clean up. Looking for good sales to let my herding friends know!
By Debbi
Should have bought them sooner
Comments about Product:
Great in deep snow - easy on - easy off.
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