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Optical - Black Suede
Optical - Black Suede
Optical - Black Suede
Optical - Black Suede

Optical

£230

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This style has a suedette stretch back panel which contours the leg beautifully to show off your shape. The lightweight E.V.A sole make these heeled boots a dream to wear all day. The higher cut on the leg makes them perfect for longer legs. All our boots are available in a choice of calf sizes, from narrow to wide. Boots look better and feel great when they fit well!

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Tall knee high - slightly taller fitting knee-high boot

Boot back height: 41cm (excluding boot heel)

In calf widths 30-41 cm the foot width is a standard fitting. In calf widths 42-50cm we offer a slightly wider fitting in the foot

Slim cut ankle - tailored for a narrower ankle fit

Pointed toe

Half shoe sizes go down

Lining Material: Leather

Heel Height: 7.5 cm (3 in)

Zip Length: Full length

Cushioned Insole: Yes

Leather care - to keep your leather boots or ankle boots looking their best, polish them regularly. Not only will this keep them looking new but it will also protect them against water and scuffing.

Narrow and high heels - If you plan to wear narrow heeled boots or ankle boots regularly, the heel tips should be replaced when they begin to look worn.