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  1. 3 hours ago, Bubba136 said:

    Typo!  That’s okay though .  Just demonstrates how sensitive one can be to unintentional errors. ;-)

     So, the question remains unanswered regardless of the unintentional mistake!

     

    I've ALWAYS been Miltboot here. 

  2. I must admit, I'm very happy to see that this thread is still active after all this time. ☺️   I started this this thread back in 2010, and have enjoyed everyone sharing their new boots and experiences. Been away for awhile, but I'm ready to jump right back in. 😉

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  3. 5 hours ago, 5.5heels said:

    I take a size 12 or 12.5 timberland boot and fit a size 15 Onlymaker. My foot length is 29.5cm or just over 11 1/2 inches and their size 15s fit just fine. Pretty solid shoes for the price and the finish is OK on my several pairs

    Thank you. I was waiting for someone with a similar shoe size to mine to speak up. I will try their size 15 and see if it works for me.

  4. Hopefully someone can answer this for me. What is the equivalent American mens shoe size compared to a size 15 Onlymaker boot. I've seen people posting their Onlymaker boots and I'm trying to find out how their largest size fits.

  5. 9 hours ago, maninboots said:

    Well they’ve arrived but unfortunately got to go back, struggled like mad to get the right one on but could not get the left one on for love nor money, shame really because it looked really good once on, oh well let’s have a look for another pair 

    In situations like this, a full-length zipper usually helps, but not all tall boots come with them. It would cheapen the look of the boot in your case. 

  6. On 3/18/2018 at 4:46 AM, thighhighboo said:

    brand La prima
    height + heels 90 cm bought in FUSS-SCHUHE (Germany)
    heels= 15 cm
    patent leather
    size 41
    with a zipper
    with ropes (decorative)

    Asking price is: 50 euro + the shipping cost, which I am happy to discretely arrange.

     

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    Great boots. 

  7. 7 hours ago, pebblesf said:

    I :

    stumbled on this boot review on youtube.  What a great idea!  Sure hope he will continue this format:

     

    Ah, a kindred spirit. Nice to see someone sharing our passion with the public. 

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  8. 6 hours ago, JeffB said:

    Bought from Amazon.com late last year, and finally got around to wearing on an outing yesterday. It's the Pleaser "Dream" four inch heeled knee boots. The buckles on the sides made for quite a dynamic touch, and yeah, they were a dream to wear!

     

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    May have to buy a pair of these. I think the buckles are a nice touch. 

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  9. 8 hours ago, spikesmike said:

    Happy New Year Heelers:  Just had another computer class. Put some new photos in a folder. Some new boots and some new shoes.

    will be posting them a little at a time. I wore these RED Boots to class today. I will wear the BLACK Boots to class another day.

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    What brand are the red boots? I really like the heel.

  10. 1 minute ago, Jkrenzer said:

    Why did you take a break from heels?

    For awhile, my employment situation became very hectic. I was working most of the week, and most of my free time was spent resting up. Things are better now, and I actually have time to do the things I enjoy. 

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  11. Just recently returned to heeling (after a 2 year hiatus) and was a bit surprised how wobbly I am. Time to get to work building those muscles back up, because I will be ordering some new boots soon. Good to be back. 

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  12. The people at Pleaser are my heroes. As someone with a larger shoe size, I appreciate that they sell boots in that range. And they've been doing it longer than most. There are MANY pairs of Pleaser thighboots in my collection.

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