Image from page 18 of "Price list and descriptive catalogue." (1880)
Authors: Boston Rubber Shoe Company
Publisher: The Company
Contributing Library: Winterthur Museum Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation
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14 SI^EOI^XiTIES Boots. Mens Tan Leg Hip Boots $6 00 <« < - Thigh 6.00 » Knee • 5.00 Boys Pure Gum Hip 5.00 <f Knee 3.75 « • Short 3.40 YouthsKnee Boots 2 20 Mens Improved Standloop Short Boots with patented | ^ qq loops and vertical heel irons ) Lumbermans Heavy Overs. Lumbermans extra heavy Buckle Bootees 2.50 ■ • fleece-lined Overs 145 Overs, solid heels 1.80 * * no heels 140 heavy Overs, no heels 1 00 Boys heavy Overs, no heels... 5 Extra Heavy Imitation Sandals. Mens extra heavy Imitation Saiulals 90 Womens • 62^ Womens Buskins. Womens Buskins, flannel-lined 65 Improved La-Crosse Shoes. Mens La-Crosse Shoes, leather trimmed 1.76 Dolly Dutton Toy Shoes. Dolly Dutton Toy Shoes 20 HEEL FORMS to fill the heel-socket of Arctics so that | 20Ihey can be worn without leather boots or shoes i V2 .9- 15 BUCKLE ARCTICS, TsTo. 9.
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No other Arctics excel in reputation the High-Cut Fleece-Lined, Buckle Arctics, manufacturedby the Boston Rubber Shoe Company. Attention is called to the fact that the clothuppers on all these shoes continue down to thesoles^ thus ensuring a substantial and durableOvershoe. It will be readily observed that the Arctichere represented is of higher cut than ever be-fore made. Mens High-Cut Buckle Arctics. Boys Womens * Misses Childrens * 16 CONGRESS ARCTICS. No. 10.
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