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Shires ARMA Fleece Topped Over Reach Boots: Purple: Full
SHR134FFU

RRP: £11.99
£10.79
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Shires ARMA Fleece Topped Over Reach Boots

These super looking over reach boots feature silky soft cushioning fleece trims which protect the pasterns against rubbing and discomfort. The rubber boots help deflect scuffs and protect against blows to the hoof area. Touch close fastenings feature rubber covering for a smart appearance.

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