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Western Chief Women's Mini Daisies


Western Chief Women's Mini Daisies

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This cute boot from Western Chief will remove the gloom from rainy days. The Mini Daisies rainboot features a half floral, half dotted print in a whimsical palette, while the buckle at the top of the shaft is adjustable. It's stylish enough to wear even on sunny days.

Western Chief was founded in Seattle in 1891 to produce rugged outdoor boots designed to meet the harsh conditions of the Alaska Gold Rush. Today, they are still committed to making the same high quality, rugged work footwear. Built with the finest materials to demanding standards, their footwear keeps people warm and dry, comfortable and stylish, safe and secure.

Western Chief Women's Mini Daisies

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