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For the finest in high-fashion footwear, Enzo Angiolini is recognized world-wide for their unique designs and their comfortable fit. With a style for virtually every occasion, the Enzo Collection is bound to have the perfect addition to any outfit. Fine fashion starts from the ground up, so start with Enzo Angiolini.
Banded buckles at the ankle offer outlaw attitude to Enzo Angiolini's Valetta knee-high boot. Leather upper and smooth manmade sole. Full side zipper with goring dart at the cuff for fit.
The boots were very cute. The fit was right, but did not like the color. Color was not grey enough; too brownish grey.Published 5 months ago by J Gray
although it may run a little small, still like the quality. after a couple of wear, fits like normal size.Published 6 months ago by yang
The boots are nice. One boot seems to fit more snug than the other. The calf part is very snug. So leggings or fitted jeans.
The leather feels nice. Read more
these are wonderful boots, a great fit & nice sleek and stylish look. I get compliments on these boots all the time and they are very comfortable!Published 8 months ago by Chunchi
When these boots arrived I expected them to be in a Enzo Angiolini shoe box, after all, I am buying them new from Amazon as a gift and I would expect them to be in their proper... Read morePublished 9 months ago by christine crawford
I have small feet but these boots, with a mid zipper, are a pain to put on. They look quite nice, but have little support and no cushioning. I am returning them.Published 11 months ago by Shug
Normally a size 9 but prefer extra room in boots to allow for socks. Fantastic colour not a tan or a beige, closer to taupe which is what I wanted.Published 14 months ago by Anna
I usually wear an 8 1/2 to a 9. These 8 1/2 boots were extremely hard to put on. There was a zipper up the back seam but it didn't seem to be operable. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ann Boyer