Ce bottillon, de la collection Operetta, célèbre Faustina Bordoni, chanteuse d'opéra exceptionnelle du 18e siècle. Il possède un talon de 6 cm (2,5"), une semelle de caoutchouc minstrel, des oeillets surdimensionnés et un détail d'entrelacement audacieux. Il est fabriqué d'un cuir portugais brillant avec un dessus en doux nubuck et sur les ailes et la languette. Essayez-les et vous découvrirez qu'il y a une chanteuse d'opéra qui se cache au fond de chacune de nous.
Your Love Makes Me Sing (Votre amour me fait chanter).
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Posted by Susan C from Canada:
The best service and style
I'd walked in looking to buy a completely different boot. It was the red and purple ankle boot, and I tried it on only to realize that it just wasn't me. Alas, my last hope for an ankle boot I liked, shattered. Well, having nothing else to do, and having struck up a pleasant non-pressured conversation with the sales associate I continued to look around.
There were a few that I picked up and put down, and then I saw these. The gentleman who was working with me brought both out -- the second pair I didn't even ask for, he just noticed me noticing them.
It was this pair from the moment I tried them on. I didn't think they'd be a dress boot, but they are. I have no fear of turned ankles, and my balance is perfect.
People with wider feet might be advised to go up a size, I'm an average width and it took some time to get the leather adjusted to my smallest toe (which got a wicked blister, but now there's no issues). I'd also advise putting an insert in where the ball of the foot rests. I don't believe that that is a manufacturer problem, it's simply that this boot tricks you into believing it's not a heel, and then you go walking around all day in it, sometimes it's best to give that load bearing part of your foot some cushioning.
I had a wonderful second time at Fluvog, and was happy as pie to come out with my second set of 'Vogs.