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Michael Kors faux fur snow/rain boots. Great cold weather boots. Waterproof. New but there are some marks on the boots as shown in photos. Similar to sorel. I bought them to move to St. Petersburg Russia (and still look cute) but my plans have changed. Removable lining. Originally $225. Crafted from water-resistant PVC with faux fur trim, they’re set on gripped rubber soles to prevent you from slipping. The interior lining not only adds warmth, but also ensures a close and comfortable fit. DETAILS • Rain boot • PVC/faux fur/warmth lining • 100% PVC • Lining: synthetic • Sole: rubber • Round toe • Lace-up fastening • Imported

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