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HOLLOW CHUNKY HEEL SHORT MARTIN BOOTS

Posted on February 28, 2021 in Boots by

HOLLOW CHUNKY HEEL SHORT MARTIN BOOTS

Boots! Boots! Boots! Timeless fashion for every wardrobe staple. The Hollow chunky heel short Martin boots rock. This is one style of shoe that makes sense with a variety of outfits. They are just as comfortable as your everyday walking shoes and a must-have.

You need these fashionable ankle boots cos it’s worth picking up at Egg and Chips, London. 

The Hollow chunky Martin boots are a fav for the maximalists who rock the spotlight. Whether you are styled in classics or a fashion forwards, the chunky Martin boots are flattering to the leg. They are also great companions for light sports and glam outings, no matter where. Here’s to a boot that rolls out more adjectives in the books for your styled appearance.

Go from rock star diva to party angels with this super comfortable and sleek footwear. When combined with the outfits in the wardrobe, you go from chic to sass to glam with every occasion. They work best with T-shirts, full sweat suits, long coats, classic jeans, and many more.

Bothered about the temperature? No-fuss. These high-quality boots work with just any weather; autumn, winter, or spring. Designed with water-resistant leather, the boots are going to be with you for as long as it’s needed.  

The short Martin boots are made from the best quality rubber and PU for the price point out there. The polyurethane (PU) has a soft texture and light enough to wear. It is designed in a round toe with a slip-on closure for maximum comfort. The back of the boot is artistically styled in 3 straps. Feel the spring on your steps with the 4.5cm heel and 2cm platform heights.

The chunky heel boots are wearable straight out of the box and come highly recommended. Available at Egg and Chips Stores, UK.

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