Women's Propét® Butte Walking Shoes

Item # WX2-282854

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Women's Propét® Butte Walking Shoes. Boot - style, with style, to boot!

When you look good, you do everything better. These Butte Walking Shoes will amp up your "sharp" factor, put the "pow" in "power walks" and blast you through errands, pick-ups, drop-offs and more. Zippers on both sides mean they go right on and come right off. Plus they're insulated, waterproof and high-traction... the perfect choice for chilly and rainy weather and icy surfaces. By Propét®, today's leading designer of walking shoes.

These Buttes were made for walking:
  • Scotchgard®-treated leather or suede upper with Sealtex® waterproof bootie construction
  • Soft pile lining and padded collar for supreme comfort
  • Dual side zipper for easy entry (and take-off)
  • Vaporex® heat-retaining insole system for extra insulation
  • Rubber outsole designed for supreme traction and shock absorption
  • Each shoe weighs approx. 16 ozs.

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