Drew Shoe Keith Chukka Boots - Brandy
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- PRODUCT INFOUp to size 16
Up to size 16 EE Wide
Up to size 16 EEEE - 4E
Up to size 16 EEEEEE - 6E
Up to size 13 Narrow
Drilex® and Leather Lining
2 Removable Footbeds
Accommodates RX Orthodics
Firm Heel Counter
Drew Shoe Keith Chukka Men's Wide Dress Boots in sizes 7-13, 14, 15, and 16. XLfeet makes them available in wide widths to size 16 in EEEEEE wide. Drew Keith is a casual, yet comfortable ankle boot that combines sleek styling with a host of foot health benefits. These Drew therapeutic shoes offer two removable insoles for extra depth, which is perfect for orthotics. Drew Keith Chukka Men's Wide Dress Boots provide hidden depth and Opanka construction, as well as a lightweight steel shank for added support and stability. For a classy and comfortable Men's Wide Dress Boot, purchase your Drew Shoe Keith Chukka Boots today.
- Plus Fitting System® - Two Removable Footbeds for Added and Double Depth
- Removable ULTRON® Footbed
- Drilex® and Leather Lining
- Tempered Steel Shank
- Lightweight Polyurethane Outsole with Rocker Bottom
- Firm Heel Counter
- Soft, Foam-Padded Tongue and Collar
- Accommodates Prescribed Orthotics
Footwear with two removable insoles to accommodate added depth or double added depth in one shoe.
This shoe may be reimbursed by Medicare. Consult your doctor for information and to discuss the criteria for Medicare reimbursement.