Women's 9-inch Cow Suede Boots


Size: 5
Color: Chestnut
Price:
Sale price$34.99

Description

The DAWGS Women's 9-inch Suede boot will keep your feet and legs warm. This boot is built for comfort, padded with a memory foam insole and faux shearling lining. This boot has a durable slip-resistant rubber sole. The round toe and 9-inch shorter shaft gives this boot a chic, stylish look.

  • Cow suede outer
  • Memory foam insole
  • Warm faux shearling lining
  • Durable design
  • Extreme weather comfort
  • Individually boxed with carry handle
  • Slip resistant rubber outsole

Care Instructions
  • Be sure to spray your new DAWGS Boots with an all weather protectant spray (for all synthetic fibers), or a suede/leather protector (cow suede & lambskin products) prior to wearing them outside. Spray as needed for the lifetime of your boots.
  • Do not submerge boots in water - spot clean only! We do not recommend washing your boots in the washing machine.
  • To remove mud and dirt, use a soft shoe brush once the soiled area is dry.
  • Cow Suede  boots can be cleaned with a suede and leather cleaner.
  • To clean shearling lining, use a wool cleaner.

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