Stepping Into Spring With Durango Boots

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Durango Boots’ spring line has us shaking in our boots! They are pushing their floral booties just before those April showers bring May flowers. We’ll be dancing in the rain with these boots!

“The iconic, Durango® flair is at the core of each and every Crush™ style. Designed with rich colors and intricately detailed stitching, these styles not only look great but they are also built to provide unmatched, all-day comfort to ensure you feel just as great as you look,” writes Durango Boots on their website.

The Crush by Durango is a women’s boot line full of beautiful boots, but the florals have caught our eye! They come in three varieties: Rose Wildflower, Golden Wildflower, and Sterling Wildflower. Each shoe is designed with a snip toe, 2.5-inch heel, and full-grain leather with floral embroidery.

Crush by Durango Rose Wildflower

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Crush by Durango Golden Wildflower

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Crush by Durango Sterling Wildflower

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The booties have a classic look with a pop of colors from the floral designs. They are perfect for adding some color to a rainy day or welcoming the warming temperatures in a bright way!

Shop the rest of Durango Boots’ latest styles here!

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