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Fold down the shaft of this combat boot to reveal a graphic patterned lining.
Madden Girl is a division of Steve Madden -- the footwear fashion mogul of the 21st century who has inserted his company into virtually every aspect of the fashion industry. With his primary success and initial endeavor as a shoe designer, Mr. Madden has maintained the direct day-to-day responsibility for the design and marketing of the company's trend setting shoes for the past two decades.
These were nice shoes, but not good for daily wear because they fell apart. I never flipped the top down. I just wore them laced up all the way. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Artistine
My sister Loved these boots...So much that about 2 years later she is still wearing them like crazy. So i guess it was a great buy because they have lasted this long.Published 8 months ago by Qness
The zipper broke once but I was able to fix it easily. Other than that I have no issues with these shoes. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Cheney
These boots are killer! So comfortable and edgy, look way more expensive than they actually were. Looked like real leather!Published 8 months ago by Jlk36
great boot my daughter still wears them, her favorite, great quality :)Published 8 months ago by Joseph Martin
I LOVE these boots , their very comfy
No need to break them in
Very cute with skinny jeans or leggings
I also got a pair in brown
Best boots I have ever had! Sadly, the sole of the boot started to come apart after several months, say 7-8 months? Then again, I would wear them through snow, rain etc. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Vicky S.
Bought these for my girlfriend and she absolutely loves them. The quality is not astonishing, but the look, feel, and fit are quite impressive.Published 11 months ago by GoGoGo!
These are seriously my favorite boots of all time. They fit PERFECTLY and are so so comfortable. I've been wearing them year round since I got them like two years ago and they... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ashley Combs