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False advertising! BUYER BEWARE
on December 26, 2011
First of all The boot in this picture is not the "Tall 605w boot", it does not measure 11.5 inches from the arch, and the ankle size is extremely tight compared to products in retail stores. I ordered this boot expecting it to be 11.5 inches and the meadow 606w they originally had advertised about a month ago, it was not that boot it was this boot the 605w boot that is only 10 inches. Look on the bearpaw website [...] you will see for yourself the false advertisement for this boot. Beware the boot in the picture is not the boot you will get the boot is short not tall, if you want a tall bearpaw boot the meadow 606w is tall at 12 inches or so from the arch and the 2 inches does make huge a difference. I am giving this product one star not only because Amazon cannot get there act together and hassled me several times over the phone when I was trying to sort out the problem with this boot, but also because the horrible size and quality differences of the product. Some boots have great shearling on the inside whereas others have what looks to be frizzed out fake sheerling that is scratchey and not soft. Also I ended up going to the mall and getting these boots and the size difference from the size 7 I got from amazon and the size 7 in the store was huge! the size of the ankle in the store bought shoe was perfect, the one from amazon was very tight on my ankle and I have a very petite frame.
I do however love the boots I bought in the store even thought they were 70 dollars compared to amazons 40 which is why I ordered from amazon in the first place. They are warm and soft and every bit as good as overpriced UGGS. just be careful when ordering these online and check on the bearpaw website to confirm the specifications that Amazon has listed.