Men's Ariat® Holbrook Chukka Shoes, Weathered Wood

Item # WX2-580134

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Ariat® Holbrook Chukkas. Set sail for comfort!

Packed with the everyday comfort tech you want, for work around the office or casual comfort at home! These boast top quality, genuine suede leather uppers, a flexible rubber Duratread outsole for wear resistance, and 4-layer rebound 4LR cushioned footbeds that keep your feet feeling fresh hour after hour.

Also a full leather lining and a lightweight stabilizing shank. From big-name bootmaker Ariat®, better get your pair here while they last!

For work around the office to running errands around town. Top-quality construction. Contrast stitching and lace-up front. Each approx. 14 ozs.

State Width: medium or wide; and Size, as available in the Shopping Cart below. Order ONLINE Now!

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4 stars
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  1. 5 stars
    Exceptional ARIAL Comfort. Great look. They run a tad small but not a big deal. Like with all ARIAT's, they take some breaking in but after that is smooth comfortable wear.
  2. 4 stars
    Sizes run a little small.
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