I ordered these boots from endless.com during its 30% off sale. With a generous 7.5% ebates.com rebate, these boots ended up just under $130. Is it worth it? Let's see.
I am wearing a size 6 here. For reference, I am 5 feet tall. The boots hit me right under my knee cap. Since it has a dipped V shape both front and back, it makes these boots very friendly to petite women. The buckles are adjustable with 3 holes. I am using the tightest setting. It fits my legs very well. The boots are made of leather. It has a very pleasant leather smell, and it doesn't have the dreadful strong glue smell that comes with some of Steve Maddens boots (their Cablee boots had such a strong fuming odor that I had to put them in the garage before I returned them. They literally gave me a headache). The leather is soft yet keeps its shape nicely. It is definitely not slouchy if you are looking for that look. Above all, it's got chunky heels that are around 2.5-3 inches tall which is perfect for walking (for me at least. I actually prefers a little heel than flat boots.) Overall it's a very nice looking, chic, casual tall boots that I would wear to work, and to the mall. :) If I have to nitpick, it did have some stitches that scratched me, and I had to remove them with scissors. This just means these boots are not premium boots, but nowadays, the premium boots can run 3-5 times this price, so I guess I can't complain. (In general, I feel the quality of clothing and footwear over the years has gone down, and the price has gone up, significantly, more than the inflation.)
All the small sizes are gone from endless.com. If you are still interested, the Steve Madden website has more sizes available. When this review was written, they still had sizes from 5.5 to 10.
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