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UGG Women's W Adirondack Tall III Snow Boot

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Adirondack boot iii is our all time best selling temperature rated boot. It features 200G of insulation, has dry tech waterproof bootie construction and is weather rated to -32 degrees. The insole is removable and replaceable. The outsole is molded spider rubber for maximum stability and support. Cuff the shaft or lace it all the way up. The midsole is dual-density eva for added comfort. Leather uppers are rich and premium. Lining and insole are 17mm uggpure sheep wool that keep feet dry and cozy.Footwear Sizing Guide - Draw a straight line, longer than your foot, on a piece of paper. Place the paper on a flat surface. Stand on the line with your heel and longest toe centered on the line. If measuring a child's foot, it may be easier to hold the paper up to their foot. Place a mark on the line at the tip of the longest toe and at the back of the heel.Repeat steps the for the other foot. Measure the distance between the marks. Taking the larger of the two measurements, use the conversion chart to find your correct shoe size. Non-wicking nylon lace. The boot has a gusseted tongue


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