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Style # 94660
Zodiac American Original Kids' Lil Tricia Boot

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Zodiac American Original Kids' Lil Tricia

price may vary based on color original price:$49.99
She will stay warm and look cool in the Lil Tricia boots by Zodiac American Original.

  • Leather upper in a casual mid-calf boot style with a round toe
  • Logo detail at heel
  • Faux fur lining, cushioning insole
  • 6 ½ inch shaft height, 12 inch circumference
  • Rubber traction outsole
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  • Dara: "I bought these last winter and they were great! Easy to put on and looked really cute! I bought my daughter Uggs and returned them because they were too hard to get on."
  • Amy: "Because FF was out of my daughter's size in all the cuter ones."
  • Toni: "Great reviews. Cute. Look comfy and warm!"
  • Katherine: "Because my granddaughter needs winter boots and these are comfortable for her and fit well. These are not our first pair, as she grows we will likely continue to replace with larger sizes of these same boots."
  • Buckley: "Grandaughter had these last year needed bigger size this year!!"
  • Rosa: "Because i want it for my grand daughters birthday.."
  • Mary Kate: "Perfect for the fall and winter days for the little girls wanting to be cute and comfy!"
  • eileen: "cute"
  • Heather: "very warm and comfortable"
  • Rachel: "My daughter has had all kinds of boots and these are the only ones that she will wear. This will be her third pair."
  • Raquel: "I bought these boots for my daughter last year and she absolutely loves them. I am now buying her the same exact boot again. They keep her feet so nice and warm during the winter. They are so cozy!!!! LOVE THEM!!!"
  • Michelle: "Wanted a basic pair of boots for my granddaughter."
  • Carlos: "Very Comfortable"
  • sharon: "great price"
  • Danielle: "my daughter liked them"
  • Margarita: "My granddaughter grew out of her other ones."