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Bring on the cold! You're ready in the FitFlop Mukluk tall boot. Its cozy sheepskin upper and warm fluffy liner keeps you cozy once temps drop, and you can count on its special sole composed of three distinct densities of EVA foam to make each step cushiony and comfortable.
Our classic MUKLUK combines our ergonomically shaped, muscle-toning Microwobbleboard midsole with a breathable, deluxe sheepskin (shearling) upper.
Its instantly comfortable, fun, fashion-friendly and offers unbelievable underfoot cushioning.
WARNING: Our MUKLUKS can be a bit addictive!
FITFLOPTM - GET A WORKOUT WHILE YOU WALK
FitFlopTM footwear is biomechanically engineered to help tone and tighten your leg muscles while you walk. Studies at the Centre for Human Performance at LSBU show that normal walking in FitFlopTM sandals* can help:
*When compared to a control shoe. Case studies were performed on Microwobbleboard technology over a forty-eight month period by Dr David Cook, Senior Lecturer in Biomechanics, and Darren James at the Centre for Human Performance at London South Bank University (LSBU).See all Product Description
These are very attractive and comfortable boots. I did have to take them on and off for a number of times before the top of the foot part of the botth softened up in order to go on... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Richard Shulik
Love them and would wear them all day. BUT if you are a size 7 get the 6. Trust me, I have both.Published 28 days ago by J. B. Naidich
I walk dogs for a living and bought these for chilly autumn days. They are very comfortable and have better support than a pair of Uggs, but not as warm.Published 1 month ago by Ralph S Vito
One can tell that winter has arrived when I start wearing these furry mukluks. Their supreme warmth and comfort seem like a happy extension of my body. I have two pairs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ann Rex