Propet Delaney: Orthopedic Boots for WomenLooking around for casual boots that you can wear to work, small evening gatherings and nearby recreational tips? Boots that can be worn 24/7, keeping your feet nice and comfortable, and offering a controllable fit. And oh, you want something stylish as well which you can show off to your friends when you pair it up with jeans, skirts, dress or that amazing outfit hanging in your wardrobe. Propet's Delaney Boots tick off all the requirements. Slide your feet in, tie up the laces, and you are all set to go!
Delaney features a classy design with laces on the upper part, allowing you to customize your fit. The collar is covered with tweed fabric to add some classiness. Plus, it is padded, providing a kind of support to your ankles. The upper part is made from high quality suede, and is decorated with contrasting seams for an added dab of style.
The inside of Propet women's winter boots is comprised of an EVA insole, lined with Nylex, so that you can wear the shoes round the year. The Scotchgard treated suede protects your boots against water and stains. The outsole is made from durable rubber, offering good traction and high level of comforts.So, let's don these boots and trot in style. Order these Propet women's winter boots today!
- Casual boots suitable for use throughout the year
- Padded collar made from tweed
- Scotchgard treated upper material, resisting water and stains
- Nylex lining on the inside
- EVA insole for cushioning
- Durable rubber outsole
- A Ankle support
- A Arch support
- F Flat Heel
- L Laced
- Z Zipper
- A Ankle Pain
- A Arch Pain/Arch Strain
- B Brachymetatarsia
- B Bursitis
- H Heel Pain/Heel Spurs
- H High Arches/High Instep
- M Morton's Neuroma
- S Sesamoiditis
* Based on the Features, this product may be appropriate for the listed Foot Conditions.
The information provided by Healthy Feet Store, LLC and Dr. Hurless is intended for educational purposes only and not intended to be used as a recommendation for a patient's specific medical condition, treatment plan or management of a disease. Please consult your healthcare provider.