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Lace up boots 5.5 - 5. Vintage 1980s cream leather stacked heel oxford boots. Leather soles.

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Cute cream colored matte nubuck leather boots with twelve eye lace ups and chunky stacked leather heels. The interiors are fully lined with leather and the bottom soles are made of leather. There is no brand name visible. Nice quality boots with a clean, simple design.

--- Condition ---

- There is some overall darkening/wear on the leather, most notably around the heel area and around the toes. I do not consider this distracting or very obvious. Please see photos 4 and 5 for detail.
- The boots are in good preworn vintage condition with medium wear on the bottom soles
- The interiors and heels are in very good shape

--- Size & Measurements ---

Recommended for US size 5.5 medium width. The marked size on the bottom soles is 5, but surprisingly they run slightly big. I wear size 6 and they fit me a little on the snug side with thin tights on, so they should be a good fit for a 5.5 or a 5 with socks.
- Insole (footbed) length: just under 9 1/4 inches
- Width: 3 1/8 inches at the widest part of the bottom sole
- Heel height: about 2 1/8 inches
- Boot height: about 10 1/2 inches measured from the floor to the tallest part of the boot.

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Lace up boots 5.5 - 5. Vintage 1980s cream leather stacked heel oxford boots. Leather soles.


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: leather
  • Feedback: 307 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States