Credence Tall Nurl Boot (Men's)
Product Number: 28110
Combing beautiful full grain leather uppers with a new Vibram outsole for a mix of winter conditions, to keep you fit for your adventure. Chaco's ChaPU™ midsole creates the contoured LUVSEAT™ platform, providing lasting arch support and alignment for a lovely ride. This unlined, fixed fit boot is a classic kick-around for all of your romps in wintery conditions. The Vibram outsole is built to handle a mix of winter conditions to keep you fit for your adventures.
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- Pull-On (12 women’s only) + (11 men’s only) Full Grain Leather Upper
- Unlined with Pigskin Sockliner
- Chaco Seam Tape to keep the wet out
- Vibram® Icetrek Nurl Outsole
- Fixed Fit
- Non-marking outsole
Weight: 24 oz.
Fit: LUVSEAT, Fixed Fit
Shoe Upper: Full Grain Leather Upper
Shoe Lining: Unlined, Pigskin Sockliner
Shoe Sole: Non-marking, Vibram Icetrek Nurl Outsole
Vendor ProductId: J150055
Review ProductId: 28110
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