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EASY ENTRY -- Equipped with the easy-to-wear malleable gore on the sides and rear pull tab for easy on and off. With a range of sizes to cover the adult men and women. At the same time, in order to help customers more quickly put on shoes, we give a shoehorn to each customer. It helps to wear shoes more easily, without having to untie shoelaces or forcibly use the hand, nor to trample on the back of the shoes. Very easy to get on and off your foot.
WINTER WARMTH -- featuring cozy and thick fur-lined inside plus the adorable fur-trimmed top line ,the boots wrap your feet in warmth like a toasty quilt, perfect for playing in the snowfield, wet surfaces. Nice to wear and lightweight insulation for cold weather warmth, superior movement of moisture to keep you warmer.
SKID-RESISTANT DESIGN -- crafted with durable and rigid rubber sole in addition to notch on the bottom for a no-slip solid grip ,they offer you a stable support when you are striding on any humid surfaces without the fear of dropping off. You will feel it comfortable and flexible, non-slip, strong grip, while ensuring the comfort of your feet and make you relax.
EXQUISITE LOOK -- exquisite style is fully delivered by the trendy stripes on the upper and embroidered lettering below the top ,thereby, you can also take each step in style in cold winter. They are very attentive in the workmanship of the products, and the quality is very fine.
OCCASIONS -- Indoor & Outdoor activities in cold winter, daily walking, leisure & working. Just go anywhere you want and you will fall in love with this comfort feeling.
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