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You might be thinking that you have to spend tons of money to buy a pair of stylish winter boots that will keep your feet warm and toasty until spring, but Saks Off 5th is here to save your winter and your wallet. The discount designer retail center is having an amazing sale on Bearpaw boots, offering a multitude of styles from the shoe brand for just under $ 30!
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At a reduction of 63-67%, that’s a huge savings from the regular sale price of $ 79.99 to $ 89.99. You can choose from four pairs of suede and faux fur lined styles for women, as well as a selection of girlish and toddler choices that are too cute for words.
While these boots look similar to UGGs (which you can find at a reduced price of up to 60% right now in the UGG closet), the faux fur lining makes the Bearpaws much more economical than their more expensive counterparts. Our clothing expert, Jamie Ueda, explained that faux fur may seem less breathable than real fur, but your feet do feel a bit more sweaty – but that’s something that probably won’t be a major issue if you wear them in freezing weather.
We especially love these Bearpaw Abigail faux fur and suede boots, now $ 60 off their usual $ 89.99 to $ 29.99. Available in three classic colors (taupe, sand and black), these slip-on ankle boots feature a plush lining and a cushioned sockliner that is comfortable enough to be worn all day, according to the more than 3,500 Amazon customers, who have given it a 4.6 -Starred rating.
Be sure to shop soon, as the best styles, colors and sizes sell out fast!
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