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Soft leather tall boot with chunky heel. Zips all the way up the entire back. Rubber sole. Hit at the knee or a little over the knee.

*By Jeffrey Campbell



Shaft Height: 22"
Heel Height: 3"
Opening Circumference: 15 1/2"


Rated 4 out of 5 by 11 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Beautiful but needs one full size up! I read the reviews about the boots and decided to order one full size up. It fits perfectly when i have a pair of socks also. The sippers don't bother me at all. They look very stylish. The height is comfortable enough to walk in them. They make my leg look long and lean. I can't wait to wear them once when the weather gets colder. They are beautiful! 9.12.2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sooooo Gorgeous & Sexy!!!! These boots are insanely Beautiful and so well made. The leather is soft too!!! These boots transform any short dress into va va voom!!!!! I'm ready for fall to start now!!!! Seriously get them, you will not regret!! I did not find them to be tight at all!! Got my normal 7 1/2!!!! In LOVE!!!!! 8.3.2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Spot On, but Too Tight! These beautifully made boots are perfect for the gal that wants to cover her knee but not have a thigh-high boot! Talk about boots that are well made and have gorgeous zipper detail! (The zipper strangely didn't bother/scratch the top of my knee like I thought it would.) My only two complaints were that they tapered funny at the ankle (creating a tiny angle and wide calf look) and that they ran very tight across the top and were SHORT in length. SIZE UP about a 1/2 size!!! Without socks, my size 7 was almost perfect but my feet were numb after wearing them 10 minutes. If they had fit me well I would have DEFINITELY kept them and wore them all winter long. A "must" purchase if you can get the right size for you! 7.24.2013

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