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What is "Boot Cut" - Definition & Explanation

Cut below the belly button and slightly flares from the knee to the ankle.
Boot Cut - Cut below the belly button and slightly flares from the knee to the ankle.
Refers to trousers or jeans that flare slightly from the knees to the ankles to accommodate boots and other large footwear.

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