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-'''[[Boot shell]]''' hard plastic boot coating+[[Image:Boot shell.PNG|'''[[Boot shell]]''' is the hard plastic boot, which contains the '''[[Boot liner]]''' and where the '''[[buckles]]''' are affixed.|thumb|300px]]
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 +'''[[Boot shell]]''' is the hard plastic boot, which contains the '''[[Boot liner]]''' and where the '''[[buckles]]''' are affixed.
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 +== '''Also See''' ==
 +*'''[[Ski boot]]'''
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Boot shell is the hard plastic boot, which contains the Boot liner and where the buckles are affixed.
Boot shell is the hard plastic boot, which contains the Boot liner and where the buckles are affixed.

Boot shell is the hard plastic boot, which contains the Boot liner and where the buckles are affixed.


Also See


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