I usually wear 10-10.5 shoes (US). After reading reviews, I bought a 9.5, as many people say that these boots fit large. They fit perfectly for the first few hours, then became to big and caused bleeding on my heels. I exchanged them for 9 ( a full size down). Don't get discouraged; it took at least 2 weeks of mild pain until the leather stretched. Now, they are extremely comfortable. My recommendation is to go one full size down. They look good, timeless, and solid. I hope to wear them for many years.
Step out into the new season with our edit of the most-wanted boots. Whether you're looking for ankle, mid-calf, knee or over-the-knee boots, there's a style to suit in this extensive edit. Keep it classic with riding boots, edgy bikers or shoe boots and work androgynous cool in wear-anywhere flats. Shop the range of Wellingtons for festivals or up the glamour factor with leopard booties and heeled styles.
Boots aren't just for the frigid winter months. During the muggy summer months, pair gleaming Hunter rain boots with a hip sun dress to stay dry and fashionable during those afternoon thunderstorms. Once the hot summer days give way to cool fall evenings, riding boots are a necessity to wear with leggings and tunics. Don't be caught off guard by the first bout of winter precipitation. Waterproof boots with an included boot liner keep feet cozy and warn through even the most severe winter snowstorm.
Sellers offer boots from an assortment of beloved brand names. Steve Madden produces an assortment of hip selections, such as classic riding boots that feature a sleek silhouette. Trendier alternatives are also available, such as fringed booties or wedge ankle boots. UGG remains a staple for many women thanks to the durable waterproof construction. Heeled boots from FRYE are an amazing addition to your dressy outfits. When an outfit calls for a pair of edgy combat boots, pick up a pair of chunky Dr. Martens for a smart look.
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