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|Price:||$34.99 & FREE Returns on some sizes and colors. Details|
The button detailed fur boot is iconic and a timeless classic. This classic short versions features one button on each boot with elastic-band closures. Thick fur lined throughout the boot which is also featured along the top. The outsole is light, flexible and durable with a deep tread ideal for cold winter days. This boot will provide ultimate comfort and warmth throughout the autumn and winter seasons.
These are not what I was expecting - wore them once and that was a year ago.Published 2 days ago by Amanda
i really like them they fit perfect they are a bit darker than the picture but they still look goodPublished 4 days ago by natalie
the fet perfectly, arrived on time. They are very warm, in fact i wear them without socks. I live in colorado, so much rain and snow and my feet stay dryPublished 8 days ago by sandy branske
there are really nice boots .. i got them and they fit a little big with out a thick sock but I'm a size 6.5 anyway ... they don't feel like clown shoes and there really warmPublished 20 days ago by Barbara Rodriguez
They are very cute to look at - no argument there. But the soles are like boards -- they don't bend at all. Regret purchase.Published 1 month ago by Glendale
I'm very upset bc when I ordered boots that were under the category as Bearpaws and when I received them they were not they were generic and cheap and I wasted 35 dollars they were... Read morePublished 1 month ago by rommelirias
The boots came torn! Cheap awful shoes! Fell apart really quickly!!!! Don't waste your money!Published 1 month ago by S. Mall
These boots Fits very well, comfortable.
Although they are expensive for the material, which is not very good, they look super cute.
I loved this boot from the moment I first put it on. A coat of sealant and it was waterproof. They are warm and soft and comfortable to walk around in. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Alan Fahrner