Timberland Women's 26639 Bethel Buckle Knee-High Boot
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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 15.25" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Boot opening measures approximately 14" around
- Functional buckles
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DECENT FEATURES of the Timberland Women's Earthkeepers Bethel Buckle Tall Zip Boot Premium-finished leather and suede upper for long-lasting wear Inside zipper for easy entry 100% recycled PET mesh lining made from recycled plastic bottles is comfortable, breathable and environmentally conscious Leather and mesh covered footbed for comfort and breathability Durable rubber lug outsole (15% recycled rubber) for traction Wood-Stacked Heel Height: 11 1/4" / 3 cm
- Package Dimensions: 18.7 x 14.4 x 5.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.66 pounds
- ASIN: B003TFEA5O
- Item model number: 23699
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 1, 2012
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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I have seen the black pair in store and I did not find them as attractive as the brown/camel pair; the colors of the leather and suede were not as distinguished from one another as the camel color. I highly recommend.
Depending on shoe style & brand, I'm typically an 8 1/2 or a 9. I don't have wide feet but I have shorter toes that like their wiggle room. I ordered a 9 medium and an 8 1/2" wide (for a wider toe box).
The 8 1/2 would have worked if I were only going to wear these with bare legs/pantyhose. The leather band at the top was very snug, but I think it would have stretched another 1/8"+ over time. However, living in Wisconsin, boots usually need heavy leggings/skinny jeans to go with them. When I tried these on with skinny jeans, I could still get them on but the term "sausage casing" came quickly to mind. The adjustable buckle at the top made no difference, as that hit my calf at the slimmer area. The problem was a couple inches down, at the base of the leather band.
I tried on the 9, and lo and behold -- MAGIC! They were a little roomier in the heel but a pair of cushy running socks fixed that quickly. I wore them with skinny jeans all day at work yesterday because they were SO comfortable and sexy! Woo hoo! My new favorite fall boots! I particularly like the heel, which allows these riding boots to be worn for actual riding purposes. The quality is definitely rugged enough to wear these in the stable. Speaking of rugged, the suede of the calf area is not buttery soft like on my Coach purses, but who cares when they're busy running around town or cantering across a meadow in their boots? Not me.
For what it's worth, I'm 5'2" and these boots come to just below my knees. I'm a very active person, and when I bend my legs they don't bother me at all.
Edit 6-22-15: Added photos after two winter seasons of use. These have held up great! I use a leather conditioner on them once in awhile and that's about it.