Closeouts. A playful addition to your winter footwear, ZDAR's Masha High boots reach knee-ward with a knit, fringe-topped shaft and surround feet with the water resistance and natural warmth of wool felt.
Reviewed by Boots from Slc, UT on Tuesday, January 8, 2013
These boots appear to be vey well made. I usually wear a size 40 but in these I would need a 39. I am a standard size U.S. womens 9. When I put these boots on they were very comfortable but there is a part of the shoe where the felt ends and the knitted wool begins that started irritating me where it was hitting my leg. Wish I would have known to order a 39 instead of my regular 40, hope this review helps someone else ordering these.
Reviewed by sfMOM from SF, Ca on Saturday, December 29, 2012
black were very cute on; warm; nice thick bottom/ sole makes up for limited arch support. Really wanted to keep but wasn't quite right on my foot: Runs large, I am a 7.5-8 with wide toes- 8 was too long, 7 was nearly right but a bit tight in toe width (and length was perfect in 7) The shape of foot is odd- a lot of extra room in toe-box-height but average to slightly narrow in width. WISH I could have kept, they are really cute!! I should mention too that the back seam of the 7's arrived defective (ripped along seam) which may happen from pulling on and off along the sock part. Could have sewn up easily if they fit but still a bit of a design flaw.
Reviewed by Toni M from San Diego, CA on Tuesday, November 13, 2012
I completely disagree with the reviewer who thought they were too young for her. These are luxury footwear and the demographic is definitely NOT the Steve Madden or Jeffrey Campbell crowd. With the average retail price of $350, this is in the luxury winter footwear category. I am a former stylist and in my opinion, think that these boots would be great for any age. They are handmade and the quality is superb. The weight makes them ideal for packing, and they can be worn in both a mountain community, apres ski, or in an urban environment. I would not wear these during "mud season" in the mountains. If sprayed with Nikwax fabric and leather waterproofing, it will extend the water proofness of the gorgeous German wool, which is in itself water proof. The sole is made to also protect you while walking on ice. I purchased these with a coupon and was able to buy at a great STP price. These are last season's collection ('11-'12) and this particular style is not offered in the current collection. Buy them and wear them, whatever your age. I am older than the reviewer who thought them "too young" for her. I put them on right out of the box and haven't taken them off:}
Reviewed by overthemoon from Marin on Friday, November 2, 2012
These boots are extremely well made and would be very warm in cold weather. They are just a bit too edgy for me. I could see how someone in their teens or 20's would go gaga over these (I just turned 50). They would also be fun to wear in Aspen over a hot cup of cocoa in your favorite downtown cafe. I just wish this were on my agenda!