Cette botte épouse les contours de la jambe qui la porte. Elle est parfaite pour toute espionne britannique, qu'elle soit en jupe courte ou en pantalon ajusté. Les deux petites boucles en haut et la plus large permettent aussi de bien l'ajuster. Toute de cuir, elle est munie de la semelle F-Sole pour le confort et la durabilité. Mais faites attention où vous posez les pieds, car un F laissé au sol pourrait vous dévoiler. La circonférence approximative du mollet : Pointure 6-7 (13"), pointure 8-9 (14") pointure 10-11 (15"). Hauteur approximative : Pointure 6-7 (14,5"), pointure 8-9 (15") pointure 10-11 (15,5"). Talon : 1.5".
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Posted by Sarah:
OMG the PAIN
Just bought my first pair of Fluevogs at a friends urging at how comfortable they are. Bought 6.5, true size, then returned for 7 so slightly bigger than what I normally wear. It's my first day wearing them and am IN PAIN!! Is this normal? How long does it take to break them in? They don't seem to be stretching at all. (:`(
Posted by Elizabeth from New York:
The moment the woman at the NY store slipped the burgundy Bond Girls on my feet, I knew they had to be mine. I was slightly worried about committing to wear them for the first time on a very stompy weekend, but they were insanely comfortable and I did a LOT of walking. No break in period at all, and they actually fit my calves brilliantly - I was worried they'd be too big.
Posted by Erika from Vancouver:
I bought my beautiful green bondgirls a year ago and wear them to work at least 2 times a week from Sept to May. They are comfy, durable and look great. I particularly love the way the green colour wears. Don't stop making them!
Posted by Lyn from San Francisco:
I stopped a girl at a street festival to ask where she got these boots!! Bought them the next day from the store on Haight St. I absolutely LOVE them :). I have big feet and pencil legs so I always have problems finding fitted tall boots. I am SO happy to have found these because they fit perfectly :) I just hope they DON'T stretch haha!
Posted by Jacqueline from Australia:
Good news! A local cobbler replaced the missing zipper tooth for $5 and I am again in Bondgirl heaven! W00t! ,-)
Posted by Susan:
love 'em but had some problems twice
I love the boot and get compliments all the time, but had some issues that I think should not be there with such a pricey (at least for a public school teacher!) boot.
The first pair, after only a few months the stitches came out. Fluevog was great and repaired it for me, but the stitching came out again soon after. Again Fluevog was awesome and they gave me a new pair! There is a small issue with the zipper handle on one boot locking in a weird "out" position but I can deal with that.
However sadly, after about 6 months or possibly a bit more, the calves on both boots are overly stretched. I know they naturally would stretch some, but I feel "gappy" and they don't feel or look right. This does not seem like an easily fixed issue- I don't think you can unstretch a boot. :(
I have two other pairs of Fluevogs with no issues, so I am pretty bummed out- especially since this is my favorite pair.
Posted by Suzanne R from NYC:
Best Boots Ever
I bought these boots about 7 or 8 years ago in light pink, then a year later another pair in black. The calves were very tight at first, but stretched quickly. They are the greatest boots I have ever owned. I can walk around the city all day in them and not only are they comfy, but they look great. I love these boots. And they've held up to my tough wear the whole time.
Posted by Jacqueline from Australia:
I have been coveting Fluevogs for years and finally bit the bullet and bought two pairs, including a pair of wine Bondgirls. I'm a size 7.5 normally and the 7.5 is extremely difficult to get my feet into, and while the calves are snug, they look and feel fantastic. My big problem though is the same as one comment below - the very first time I tried them on a tooth fell out of the very bottom of one of the zips and now I get a blow out within minutes of wearing them. Difficult to fix because it fell out so close to the zip. A bit sad. Hopefully less sad with my Giulias.
Posted by Amadien from B.C:
Been looking at these boots for awhile. Took awhile to break in, mainly around the house just in case i needed to return them (sales rep said no refund on outside wear). Took awhile and a lot of bandages, but they finally broke it, though if i wear them for over an hour, i do get a bit of a blister...
And it seems my toes get squished when i'm going downhill, but i assume that's normal with sliding around in the shoe.
Was a little miffed when they didn't have my size (women's 7) in stock, so i had to get it shipped from their main store, and they charged me the shipping costs.
Still, all in all, a very nice boot.
Posted by Janine from Sebastopol, CA:
Love them! But..
As a native Vancouverite I have been wearing Fluevogs for 20+ years. I purchased my Bondgirl boots last year and they are still my favorites. Nice slims calves for my legs. However, the sole of the boot began to split (where it naturally bends in the middle) a couple of months after I got them. :-( My girlfriend has the exact same boot and hers split in the same spot about the same time frame.
I love these boots but the soles do not seems strong enough. I have a pair of Fluevog boots from 20 years ago that has survived the test of time. Ironically, Bondgirl doesn't look like she'll make it very long.
Reply from Greg at Fluevog:
Oh no! Someone from the SF store will be contacting you shortly for more info.