Reviewed by KK from Pennsylvania on Tuesday, March 26, 2013
I love these boots! I am so glad I went against all the bad reviews I read about them. Yes, they dig into the back of your ankle however, if you wear them around the house and break them in slowly, like you should for a couple days, they break in in no time! They are super comfy, the tred on the bot...
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Reviewed by Marjo from Massachusetts on Thursday, April 10, 2014
These boots are very beautiful, but did not fit me well, They seem to run narrow in the toes and wide in the heels- just opposite of how my feet "run". They are very high, and would be great for someone who has very long legs, which I don't. When I sat, the tops of the boots cut into the back of my thighs, and when I went up the stairs, the same thing happened. I reluctantly exchanged them, because they are very beautiful and feel very nice and supple. The back zipper presented a bit of a problem as well, because my socks got caught in it. I prefer a side zipper. The tops of the boots were a bit wide, too, but then again, that could be just the way they fit me.
Reviewed by black boot snob from Philadelphia on Thursday, April 3, 2014
I almost didn't buy these boots because the reviews make them sound super poorly designed and painful. I really like mine. They were hard to get on the first few times- but aren't a problem now. I have pretty narrow calves, and they look find with jeans and leggins- also even though the soles are rubber, they're a good compromise between causal and dressy. I'm pretty into them.
Reviewed by Paula from MN on Thursday, February 27, 2014
The look and leather of these boots is nice but I should have read all the reviews first. The size 8 fits me fine. But these boots are hard to get into and the calves are enormous and look goofy on my skinny calves.
Reviewed by kater from MN on Sunday, February 16, 2014
I ordered these in an 8.5 (I vary between an 8 and 8.5 in shoes), and they fit just fine. I used a shoe horn to get them on--I can see how getting your heel in could be kind of tricky otherwise--and had no issue with the zipper. They were actually quite comfortable. The issue for me was a problem that I often have with boots. I have fairly slim legs, but I'm a runner, so my calves tend to cause tall boots to wing out at the top. (Kind of hard to explain, but on the inside of my leg the top of the shaft is pushed right up against my leg, and on the outside it's pushed as far out as it will go with a huge gap. So looking at them head on, they looked kind of ridiculous.) This is a common problem for me though, probably more the fault of my legs than the boots themselves. I returned them because of that (and the pair I ordered must have been a prior return without a box and the leather was scratched up). But if you're in the market for brown waterproof boots I would definitely give these a try. A shoehorn will alleviate the heel problem, and they didn't dig into my heel at all once they were on.