About Ara Tyanne Ankle Boots (For Women)
Closeouts. The appeal of Ara's Tyanne ankle boot is in the gorgeous details, like the smoky-chrome harness ring strapped to the outside, robust top-stitching and perfect stacked heel. Plus the brushed textile lining lends a little more warmth when the weather is less than balmy.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Stylishly Over Sixty from Iowa on Friday, February 7, 2014These boots fit comfortably with glove-soft leather. They look attractive with pants or skirts. There is good ankle support. If desired, you can insert your own orthotic inner-soles. The price couldn't be more reasonable.
Reviewed by Gardening Sue from Maine on Monday, December 2, 2013I wore these boots all over Brooklyn on a visit there. They looked great at restaurants and were comfortable standing around at the art museum or walking through the botanical gardens. They are stylish, well-made, and hopefully will last a long time.
Reviewed by Caligirl from California on Saturday, November 9, 2013Smooth, gorgeous, glove leather . . .boots fit perfectly; gorgeous styling. Very comfortable. Really happy with these boots!
Reviewed by Sierrafan from PA on Thursday, October 31, 2013She looked adorable in her mini dress and ankle boots. No break in period required for any of the dances the kids are doing now. No nylons (natch!) and no blisters. Oh, did I mention I bought them for me?
Reviewed by JudyBG from Philadelphia, PA on Tuesday, September 10, 2013Soft as glove leather, perfect fit, enough room for ankles of nearly any size--and not that annoying height where they chafe a lot. Great sole--not slippery at all. Perfect height for the heels--a little loft, but nothing uncomfortable on the toes. Sole is thin--I don't think I would take them to wear on the cobblestones of Oxford, but that is a challenge few shoes can pass. And they are PRETTY, and stylish, but not overly so. Just GREAT boots. I was scared to order them, since there were no reviews, so I thought I would write to encourage others.
I wear tights--and have had them on all day, just to make sure about the fit, with tights--it's 89 degrees out, but I have air conditioning. If you wear heavier socks, you could go a half size up--they are perfect in my size (7 and a half, medium width) with the tights. But you could go up a half size for thicker socks and not feel, I would imagine, like you are wearing rowboats on your feet. Always remember leather stretches, though. These are already molding nicely to my foot after half a day.