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Deville Western Boot

Deville Western Boot


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  • Description
  • Style: 40164170 Color Code:

    Western-inspired leather ankle boots pieced with different animal-inspired prints. Pointed toe embellished with metal stud detailing. Stacked heel and inside side zip for an easy on-off.

    Jeffrey Campbell + Free People

    • Leather
    • Import
    Product measurements
  • Heel : 3.75" = 9.52 cm
  • Shaft : 3.75" = 9.52 cm

Deville Western Boot styled by the FP Me community

Ratings & Reviews

Overall Rating (2):

Average Fit:

  • Runs Small
  • True to Size
  • Runs Large


  • Location: Santa Clarita, CA
  • Runs Small
  • True to Size
  • Runs Large

So I just received these boots in the Snake combo (pink combo) in my usual TTS 7. They fit alittle snug in the toe area, which I guess is usual for a pointy toe. But the disappointment was in the color combo. I bought these boots because I absolutely loved the pink, taupe and light grey combo; however that's not what I received. The ones I got were taupe, taupe and aqua blue. FP really needs to ease up on the flash when taking pictures so that customers can see what the true colors of these items are. They're going back immediately.

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Beautiful Booties...

  • Location: Las Vegas
  • Runs Small
  • True to Size
  • Runs Large

But the "grey" color was BLUE on the pair I received!!! And the blush-looking color blocking was brown. The box read "grey snake combo," so I'm not certain if this pair was packed wrong or if the photos on the site are really just that bad! Perhaps it's one of those "What color is the dress?" moments. The booties themselves are a-mazing and super-comfortable. I simply couldn't get myself to like the color scheme; so, I sadly sent them back. I most certainly will reorder if the packaging was simply a mistake, as I lust forthe booties in the color scheme shown in the pics. for the

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