Just $59.99 (63% off) Sperry Men's Cold Bay Duck Boots

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Sierra Trading Post offers Sperry Men's Cold Bay Duck Boots on sale from $160 to $59.99. It has a gusseted tongue which blocks dirt and debris, soft fabric lining, lugged rubber outsole and collar for added comfort.

Available in various sizes.
5 months ago - Posted in Mens

$160.00

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You save$100.01 ( 63% )
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