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    I got these years ago but rarely wore them. Once I got pregnant, my feet doubled in size so they're too small.

    I got them from EMS when I needed to replace my snow boots before a snowstorm hit. I do remember they're designed for hiking because they have a metal plate in the sole. But they are either water proof or resistant (can't remember) and designed for snow conditions. All weather hiking. Perfect for New England slushy winters IMO.

    Women's size 8.5 but I'd suggest these for a regular sized 8 or 7.5 so you have room for warm socks.

    I know I paid close to $100 for these.

    Still like new!

    Asking $20 + shipping from 06801
    Last edited by monstah; 02-11-2013 at 12:11 PM.

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