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Steve Madden, the company, was founded by Steve Madden, the man, in 1990 in Brooklyn, where he started out making trend-advancing shoes one pair at a time. It was not long after that the Steve Madden focus on "now-ness" earned rave reviews from young female fans mad for the funky, chic, and yet competitively priced footwear it produced. The company popularized the "dressy sneaker," and continues to man the forefront of trends.
The Steve Madden Banddit boots feature a leather upper with a round toe. The man-made outsole lends lasting traction and wear.
The left boot fit perfect but the right seemed stretched and that the leather was much looser and won't stay up on the boot the way the other does. Other than that these are greatPublished 1 month ago by Kryslyn Packard
Fit awesome. Great design. I should have tried a different color though. I'm very tan and these boots kind of blend in with my leg hahaPublished 3 months ago by verona
The brown was thicker than my black pair, but I think they're all each uniquely made. I'm happy! I love both pairs of these boots. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mary
While the quality of the boot is amazing, they were a bit too narrow and too small. I would try and get a pair a half size up.Published 9 months ago by Noelle
Really cute combat boots. Adjusting the straps doesn't do much good because they are styled to be loose. Makes them a bit floppy while walking but still great. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Crunge
Love love love these boots and soooo comfortable. I wear them all the time and received great compliments on them.Published 10 months ago by RareBreed
Originally purchased these for a Halloween Costume I put together but I loved them so much that I wear them all the time now! They go really great with skirts, jeans, shorts, etc. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Feathernox
These are very comfortable. The only issue was over time the straps break off but that is from wear and tear I believe.Published 11 months ago by Chris