Put a ruggedly stylish foot forward in the women’s Tara M. Gwen bootie. The rich leather upper is soft and luxurious with a wrap-strap detail on the vamp and convenient medial zipper. The durable rubber outsole provides traction and long-lasting durability.
- Luxurious leather upper with a criss-cross straps and a medial zipper.
- Microsuede sock lining is breathable and absorbs moisture.
- Dense polyurethane footbed with molded arch support for maximum comfort and flexibility.
- Rubber outsole is durable, and absorbs shock.
- Heel Height: 2 inches
- TMU1023 BLACK
I slipped up and down in the heel so the front of the boot rubbed on my lower shin. Too uncomfortable. Otherwise a cute boot with good support and footbed.
Nice boot runs large
Very comfortable and good looking. I normally run a shoe size 9 1/2 to 10. I definitely needed to go down a half size,
Boots are stylish and comfortable
These are great with jeans or for work. They are surprisingly very comfortable and I can be in them all day with no problem.
Great comfort in a very nice boot!
I didn’t realize is that there is a nice furry lining- cute leopard! This made it slightly a tighter fit then my other Tara Ms —-but fine with thinner socks. I LOVE that I can remove the insole and swap in my Abeo metatarsal inserts in these boots !!! Ultimate comfort ! Otherwise I have terrible issues and could never wear this type of boot! I feel put together when I wear with leggings and a jacket or top- yet still super comfortable - I love them so much I bought a second pair!
Update: Comfy, but not durable
In May I wrote that the lining around the boot had peeled, and once I removed the lining so that just the rubber of the heel was showing they looked fine. The boots got relatively heavy wear after that (I wore them almost exclusively on a 6-week city trip), and were so comfortable; they quickly became my favorite pair of shoes. BUT, even with conditioning, the leather cracked quickly, and on one shoe the seam holding one of the zipper sides to the shoe actually ripped, and at this point is not reparable. So I would say in total I got about 6 months of wear out of them, and with most boots even with heavy use I can get at least 12, so I was a bit disappointed.