Closeouts. If you like the sleek and appealing lines of SoftSpots' Sookie ankle boots, you'll be even more thrilled when your feet slip into the supremely soft comfort of its deeply cushioned, leather-lined footbed.
Curved cap toe and heel accented with contrast stitching
Reviewed by Pleased from Colorado on Wednesday, April 17, 2013
Very comfortable and good-looking shoes for work & going out. A little snug in the toe box initially but they were still comfortable - I wore them the first time all day at work with no issues. I also was/am very happy with Sierra Trading Post - I receive my orders within 1-3 days upon ordering and have never had an issue with ordering or the products delivered.
Reviewed by Deb from Michigan on Tuesday, March 12, 2013
I wear a 10M and the length and width of these ankle boots are correct. They took a little breaking in but now they are fine. They seem to have less room in the toe area than most shoes, probably because of the nice extra padding on the insole. I will be wearing them to an all day meeting next week and am confident my feet will stay comfortable.
Reviewed by sscordat from Chicagoland on Thursday, February 14, 2013
Normally I wear a 9 - listened to the other reviewers and purchased a 9.5. Little loose, but I can wear thick socks when really cold. Like the style, heal height and the bottom of the show has some traction in the snow and rain.
Reviewed by a o from boston on Thursday, February 14, 2013
Haven't had Softspots before and was concerned that they wouldn't look good because they're not leather. However the comfort of these booties trumps all (I never wear heels). Wore them for hours yesterday without foot pain, and loved the look. Also, the inside material prevents my foot from sliding.
Reviewed by KC from Shelton, WA on Saturday, January 26, 2013
What a shame...such a cute boot has such a bad fit. I've ordered many shoes from STP and never come across such an odd fitting shoe. The heel was a bit too wide and the footbed and toe were so narrow it hurt just to put my foot in the shoe--and I do not have wide feet. Very disappointing.