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wow those are so cool got any pics of you wearing them?


prutske 255, do you have any pics of your 7inch heeled cowboy boots they are so cool, how do they feel when you walk in them?

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Heelster: I tend to prefer tactical style safety toe boots. They are usually more of an athletic cut so more comfortable over longer days or longer walks. Jobsites don't seem to allow anything fun ;)

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Bought these just a couple of months back - Franco Sarto Agenda booties. They became my favorite for this season and i bought a 2nd pair in a different color. Simple but Chic  in my opinion. 

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Heelster: I tend to prefer tactical style safety toe boots. They are usually more of an athletic cut so more comfortable over longer days or longer walks. Jobsites don't seem to allow anything fun ;)

 

Steel mills have a tendency to require the extreme stuff. If I could have found the internal metatarsals, that would be OK, but either way, it's still a big heavy work boot with limited flexibility etc.

 

9 hours trial run was OK

16-1/2 hours job site - - - - I think these are just as bad on the balls of my feet as any high heel I have ever worn, and you tend to clop along in theses.

6 hour day - - - - Not fun - had enough

 

At least I wll have a week or so out of these work boots for some time.

 

Oh - - I was in a mood the other day, and though "Let's have a bit of fun outside the box" when I posted this. 

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Hi guys,

 

I've been doing some shopping this week. I bought this pair of boots. They have a 10.7cm (4.2") heel with a pentagonal shape. Looks a bit chunky, though.

They are from the local brand Prüne. The shaft is  37cm (14.6") high.

 

They are very comfortable and a new choice for my street heeling.

 

Regards.

 

Majo.

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Elegant!

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Majo, love the pointy toes. Have fun in them!

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Not sure if I ever showed off these boots, they are from Coach and are the Brenda model. They have a 1" platform and at least a 4" rise. They certainly feel taller then the Hunter heels

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Just scored a new pair of Frye Marissa knee high boots with a 4 inch heel. These boots are just to die for, the buttery leather is wonderful. These boots are of great quality and are very comfortable

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Here is a picture of the Frye Marissa knee high boots with a 4 inch heel.

 

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Size 11 is the largest Frye makes.

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For me these boots are perfect for all they're hot while elegant and well I got for my girlfriend with his measures. So fit perfectly to your leg and are simply incredible. Definitely my must-have boots

http://www.charlotte-luxury.com/product/corcao-black-2

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Just had a look at these boots, they are incredible and not really that expensive for custom measurement

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I found this pair way out of season at DSW. They are "Low Tilda Welt" by Diba from China.  I posted about the shopping experience in Thighboots in Public.  The boots are size 12 made of fabric with an almond toe and a 4" stiletto heel.  After relacing them for a little more room in the foot, they are very comfortable.

 

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I found this pair way out of season at DSW. They are "Low Tilda Welt" by Diba from China.  I posted about the shopping experience in Thighboots in Public.  The boots are size 12 made of fabric with an almond toe and a 4" stiletto heel.  After relacing them for a little more room in the foot, they are very comfortable.

 

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Very nice, TBG! Very nice indeed!

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Very nice lace up boots - TBG - 

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My wife does not approve of my interest in heels, so I have to keep things under cover, but the other day I showed her this boot and asked what she thought if I were to buy a pair, and she said they were fine, and to go ahead and get them! Other than the tall heel the are pretty generic and would easily pass as a men's boot at a glance. At least it is a step in the right direction!

 

http://www.dsw.com/shoe/diba+pilot+buckle+bootie?prodId=307665&activeCategory=102505&category=cat20173&activeCats=cat10006,cat20173

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Wow, that's progress, Pumped! Buy those heels immediately and when you get them, wear them and show her how much her approval means to you. With that kind of positive feedback, maybe she'll agree to your requests more often. Don't push too hard or too fast, though. Take lots of slow "baby steps" and keep her in her comfort zone. It may take you 20 years to get where you want, but the journey together will be worth it. Keep reporting your progress!

 

Good luck!

 

Steve

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Haven't bought and shoes/boots for a while, so I'd thought I would treat myself to a pair of Jimmy Choo knee high boots (supposed to be over the knee,but I've long legs). They are made of really soft leather, very comfortable with a 5 and a bit inch heel and a small platform. Shall be wearing these a lot once I have worn them in. :)

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Booty Lover: Very nice :)

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Great looking boots!  And in a 42... sigh  :penitent:

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I am jealous of those boots as THB said a 42.  I am guessing that is either an 11 or 12?

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thanks guys :fine:

 

size 42 boots are a rare find

 

I am jealous of those boots as THB said a 42.  I am guessing that is either an 11 or 12?

they would be a us 12

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A small 12 or 11.5

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Size 42, is definitely a small size 11. In the Born line, they fit me fine. Other lines, a size 42 (ie Dansko), is too small for my size 11, that I usually wear. With them, it's a size 43.

 

Happy Heeling,

bluejay

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nice looking boots! they will work with anything! :fine:

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Haven't bought and shoes/boots for a while, so I'd thought I would treat myself to a pair of Jimmy Choo knee high boots (supposed to be over the knee,but I've long legs). They are made of really soft leather, very comfortable with a 5 and a bit inch heel and a small platform. Shall be wearing these a lot once I have worn them in. :)

 

Oh, those boots are VERY nice! Well done, my friend! Well done!

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I got to try out my new boots today. I was out of town and figured it was a good time to break in the boots at a shopping mall. Boots are made by Diba, size 10

 

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Nice, Pumped.  They look comfortable as well, with an easily walkable heel.  Wish I could fit into a size 10! 

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