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    Patterned after original riding boots, this style can be found in numerous paintings of the 18th century. The cognac-colored top cuff is not fixed, meaning it can be rolled up or down to fit the wearer's leg comfortably. They do feature a left and a right foot for the comfort of the modern wearer. The sole is a true leather sole. Standard Width. The circumference ranges from 15 7/8" on the size 10, to a 16 1/8" on the size 14. We have found these run very true to size. 
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    Great Boots! Great Price!

    First, I got a great price on these boots. Samson had a special where for 1 hour, you could save 25%. I jumped on it and saved $70! Second, I ordered priority shipping on my boots and got them in just 3 days! Lastly, the boots fit well and you can fit your pant legs in them. 1 danger of the boots is the very smooth leather soles. These will slide so be careful walking. Otherwise, these are fabulous boots and, I wear them often. I'm extremely pleased with them and would recommend them to people who like boots.

    William H.
    United States United States

    Great boots

    Great riding boots just as described.

    Alaia H.
    Canada Canada

    Great for reenactment not as great for stage wear.

    Overall a great product, made very traditionally which I’m sure is excellent for historical costuming. I purchased for the stage and was expecting a slightly more refined boot for the price but they are still lovely. They are fine because the character is not moving too much but there is very little support or flex to the sole. Fit fairly true to size. Excellent shipping speed. Bottom is quite slippery unless a topy sole is added.