Gucci's Wool Fria Boots Are a Luxurious Alternative to the UGG Mini

Accented with antiqued gold-tone hardware.

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Gucci introduces its luxurious take on the winter short boot. This release sees the Fria Boot in navy-colored Merino wool that’s accented with the “GG” monogram in red. The Italian-made short boot also features a round-toe design with a rolled ankle collar to expose the lush material on the inside. Wool is also present on the midsole where it extends all the way around the boot.

Elevating the Fria is Gucci’s signature horsebit hardware done in an antiqued gold-tone finish. All this sits on a thin treaded-rubber outsole. Those looking to purchase this premium take on the UGG Mini can do so over at SSENSE for a price of $785 USD.

In other footwear news, the CLOT x Jordan Brand AJ1 Mid is set to arrive in triple black.

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Gucci Navy Wool Fria Boots

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