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Incredible Vintage 1970s knee high boots in rich caramel tan leather size 7.5 - 8

Cool southwestern styling - tooled detail
Buttery well worn distressed leather
Stacked wood heel and small wood platform
Zip up inside for easy on and off
Slim calf fit with elastic gore detail at top inner part of boot

Inside reads:
Eldita's
Made in Italy
8

Leather is well worn and shows lots of scuffing and fading in different areas but only enhances the beauty and worn in look of these 70s hippie boots. Inside the boots, the inner thin "paper" layer of one of the soles has come loose. One small .25" brown stain on one of the tooled swirl details on left boot exterior leather.

Soles look great and although a bit dirty have tons of life in them and are sturdy and solid and don't look like they've been worn much. (We can provide a pic of the soles on request) Zippers work well. Overall a really gorgeous pair of 70s boots that feel more like modern boots.

Sizing - size says 8 but we would suggest them for a 7.5 if you plan to wear anything thicker than a thin pair of tights underneath - please see measurements for fit as we don't accept returns
Size says 8
Fits like 7.5-8
Width at widest point: 3"
Interior Sole from toe to heel: 9.5"
Heel height: 3.5"
Platform height: almost .75"
Boot height: 19"
Circumference at top of calf: 13.5 with elastic so it stretches a bit

These glamorous 70s boots are perfect for any season - the color and styling are classic and the bohemian spirit is timeless.

Vintage 1970s Backstage Boots Stacked Heel 7.5 8

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: leather, wood
  • Feedback: 273 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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