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Lil' Durango Kid's Lil' Rebelicious Western Boot
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Lil' Durango Kid's Lil' Rebelicious Western Boot

Item# 00000000000000032704000000000000000BT014P | Model# BT014 | Added on September 15, 2013
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Man-made upper , Soft Mesh Lining , Cushion Flex insole , Fiberglass shank , Cowboy heel 1" , Square Toe , Extremely lightweight abrasion resistant EVA outsole ,

What is so fantastic about the upper of this Lil Durango kids Western boot is that it has been assembled out of man-made materials. It still has an absolutely phenomenal-looking appearance, but it is marvelously easy to keep clean and has impressive durability.The red and brown shades go together wonderfully and the stitching looks exceptionally fun. Incorporating finger holes and pull straps allows children to get these square-toe boots on with absolute ease. To prevent these 8 boots from chafing the child's legs and to ensure that the interior would be quite comfortable, the footwear was lined with an unbelievably-soft mesh lining. A cushioned insole is a terrific way to ensure that the bottoms of the child's feet receive soothing comfort, while the built-in fiberglass shank aids in providing steady footing and delivering tremendous arch support. A colored outsole takes the playfulness of this footwear up another notch. While it is extraordinarily common to find a brightly decorated upper, many Western boots do not carry the color scheme from top to bottom. Having this gives these kids boots a unique, attention-grabbing appearance and allows the wearer to express their sense of style even if their pants leg is covering the shaft. The outsole itself is made from a blend of EVA and rubber; it is astoundingly ... read more
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