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post #1 of 2 Old 01-25-2009, 06:11 PM Thread Starter
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WHOA! Hunter Original Wellington Boots in SPARKLE!

WORN ONCE! Original Hunter Wellington Boots in Midnight SPARKLE color!



-The Hunter Original Sparkle comes with a glitter finish to give it a shimmering appearance. With all the comfort of the standard Hunter Original range, you can now add a touch more glamour to your wardrobe.
-I couldn't resist these boots because I had never seen them in sparkle before. When I tried them on, I discovered that the footbed did not suit my freaklishly high arches. *sigh* I should have known. I can't wear Ariats or most other common equestrian footwear either. **** Barbie high heel arches! Anyhow, these have been worn JUST once, and worn around town, not to the barn. They are nearly new.
-Upper : Vulcanised natural rubber construction, built on an orthopaedic last for the legendary Hunter fit
-Outsole : Traditional calendared natural rubber sole
-Lining : Quick dry knitted nylon lining
-Footbed : Multi-layer cushioned sponge insole
-Size: Euro 40/41 which is a women's 9. I usually wear a 8.5 or a 9 and these weren't too big, I'd say they run slightly smaller rather than slightly larger.
-Color: Midnight sparkle, which is a dark, dark navy with embedded milticolored tiny sparkle dust. Very sublte and unique. See the color better here...
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-Plain colors retail at Dover for $95. I paid $115 for these and they came from outside the U.S., I don't think I've seen this color sold in a store in the U.S. Asking $85 plus shipping.
Check out my other ads-- I am cleaning out the tack room and will continue to post more stuff as I find it. Enable mission "Tack Cleanout," you know you want to!!!
Buyer pays shipping. I take PayPal. Email me: vxf111 @ yahoo.com
THANKS!
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post #2 of 2 Old 02-09-2009, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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Everything I have left is now up on eBay. Free shipping on many items...
eBay Seller: vxf111: Sporting Goods items on eBay.com
will still honor the lower prices listed here UNTIL the auctions have a bidder. After that, I will go through eBay. So if you're on the fence and decide you want something, let me know ASAP or bo ahead and bid. Thanks!
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