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Rubber sole
KEEP EVERYTHING WITHIN EASY REACH ON THE GO-- Boot includes a 3.5-inch by 4-inch pocket that's roomy enough for keys, credit cards, ID cards & cash.
PERFECT ANKLE HEIGHT Fold down the tops of the boots for a relaxed fit; Boots are 11 inches tall.
SO WARM, SO COMFY--With their swear tops, these 11-inch lace-up ankle boots will have you feeling comfortable when you're wearing jeans, leggings, trousers and even skirts with tights.
WARM AND COZY --At the top, a ribbed 1.5-inch sweater band provides added insulation to keep the ankles warm and to seal out the cold.
NONSLIP SOLE WITH CHUNKY HEEL Rubber outsoles with deep lugs keep you from slipping; Heel adds style to the design

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