Frye Pull On Boot

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    More Details Frye soft leather riding boot.2" stacked heel; 18"H shaft with 16"circ.Round toe.Buckle-tab detail around ankle.Cutout logo embellishment at side.Looped tab for easy pull-on style.Tapered collar.Made in Mexico. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye boots have been intertwined with U.S. history. Today, the line includes full collections of shoes ...
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    More Details Frye smooth vintage leather riding boot.2.5" stacked heel.16"H shaft; 15" circumference.Almond toe.Pull-on style; side pull tabs.Leather lining and outsole."Jackie" is imported. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye boots have been intertwined with U.S. history. Today, the line includes full collections of shoes for men and women that reflect ...
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    More Details Frye two-tone leather riding boot.Approx. 14 1/2" angled knee shaft.15" circumference; pull-on style.1 1/4" flat stacked heel.Contrast cuff with back metal logo detail.Genuine goodyear welt.Leather lining and sole."Jet" is made in the USA. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye boots have been intertwined with U.S. history. Today, the line ...
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    More Details Frye burnished leather bootie.2" stacked block heel; 4.5"H dipped shaft; 12 circ.Round toe.Western-style stitched vamp.Side pull tabs.Interior side zip.Leather lining.Lugged rubber sole."Deborah" is made in Spain. About Frye:John A. Frye founded Frye in 1863, making it the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the United States. From pioneers heading out West to World War II generals, Frye boots have been intertwined with U.S. history. Today, the line includes full collections of ...
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