Ugg Australia Womens Chestnut Jardin Soft Leather Mid Calf Boots
- UGG Australia Jardin Soft Leather Mid Calf Boots - 1004150
- Leather Upper
- Mid Rise Zip Fastening
- Buckle and Strap Detail
- 4 Inch Heel
The new season collection from UGG® Australia features strong silhouettes and classic styles with a modern twist and nods to British tradition. These new Jardin Soft Leather Mid Calf Boots are made of the finest quality leather and have a mid rise zip fastening on the inside of the boot which runs from the bottom about 3/4 up the boot. They have a 4 inch heel and a 0.75 inch platform and have been decorated with a single buckle and wrap around strap. They have then been finished with the designer UGG Australia branding in the form of a small metal plaque on the outside of the foot at the heel and a super soft fur pad on the sole of the foot inside; giving you the most comfortable wear.
Product Code: 1004150-UGG-CHE
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