It’s duckboot season, my dudes. For the next half year, you can break out that classic look and rock them with jeans, chinos, snow pants, or whatever else you might be wearing.
Huckberry‘s 100% All-Weather Duckboot is a hybrid boot built to withstand any type of foul weather, from soaking wet conditions to the bitter cold. Ever aspect of the All-Weather Duckboot is built with a purpose. They’re a comfortably rugged boot with a shock-absorbing midsole, breathable membrane that wicks away moisture, and a soft, cushy insole.
The 100% All-Weather Duckboot features full-grain leather uppers, a rubberized leather rand, and a read that provides traction in all conditions. They are made with the most premium materials to ensure a long-lasting boot.
What I love the most about the style of Huckberry‘s 100% All-Weather Duckboot is how it incorporates stylistic elements of a sneaker. The AWD (All-Weather Duckboot) has a versatility that goes beyond your favorite sneakers because it’s got the look and feel of a sneaker with all the boot elements you need to make it through Winter.
— Gusseted tongue construction prevents water from entering the toe box
— A breathable, waterproof membrane allows moisture to escape while keeping water out, keeping your feet dry and comfortable
— Uppers constructed with sealed seams and waterproof cement and glue to ensure long-lasting waterproof performance
— The extended rand and toe cap protect against tears, abrasions, and water
— Fully lined with soft, supple leather and a sock-like collar
— Molded, ribbed rubberized leather toe cap and rand
— High carbon rubber outsole
— Waxed cotton laces
— Brass hardware
Huckberry‘s 100% All-Weather Duckboot is a limited-edition boot that’s all but sure to sell out in the coming days. So pick yours up today before it sells out or don’t come crying to me when it’s sold out in your size!
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