John Deere Youth Classic Pull-On Boots

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John Deere Youth Classic Pull-On Boots

The John Deere youth classic pull-on boots for boys has a leather upper with a durable Goodyear welt construction. The boots have embroidery details and comes with a removable cushioned insole. These insoles absorb impacts and provide long lasting comfort. It is supported by a steel shank and features a square toe design that gives more room for the child’s toes. A soft absorbent lining is provided to keep the feet cool and dry. These stylish boots has a western style stacked heel and has a light weight, non marking rubber outsole. The shoe has a brand name tag stitched to the front of the shoe.

Product Features:

  • The soft and moisture wicking lining keeps the feet cool and dry.
  • A removable, cushioned insole offers long-lasting comfort.
  • These boots are stylish in design and safe to use.
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JD3318
JD3324
JD3328
 
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