Durango Women's Lady Rebel Powder n' Lace Western Work Boots
Unleash your inner cowgirl in the Durango® Women’s Lady Rebel Powder n’ Lace western boot. A full-grain leather upper with fashionable detailing ensures durability, while the soft mesh interior lining provides a snug fit for cozy prolonged wear. The contoured footbed boosts cushioning for lasting comfort, and the lightweight dual-density outsole enhances grip for reliable traction. Round out your best outfit with the Lady Rebel Powder n Lace.
- Full-grain leather upper ensures durability
- Soft mesh lining provides a snug, comfortable fit for all-day wear
- Square toe box adds style
- Double row welt stitching increases outer integrity
- Contoured, ventilated, removable footbed provides superior cushioning for comfort
- Cushion Flex insole delivers unbeatable support
- Tempered steel shank boosts midsole durability
- Lightweight dual-density outsole maximizes traction on indoor and outdoor surfaces
- Heel Height: 1.25’’
- Heel Type: Rocker
- Country of Origin : Imported
- Style : RD3471
- Brand : Durango
- Web ID: 16DRGWLDYRBL10PLLFBO
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