Gabor Ruched Mid Boot

Product code: 25Z18

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Description

Your new favourite denim-friendly outfit changer. Sitting just above the ankle, this is very easy to wear with jeans and dresses alike. Flattering ruched detail and stitch patterning.

Brand
A classic combination of comfort and style. The hallmark of quality since 1924.
Fit, Fabric & Care
Fit

Heel Height: 0.0cm (0.0")

Fabric

Upper: Leather. Lining: Leather / Textile. Sole: Rubber

Reviews (4)

Overall rating: 4 Reviews | write a review

  • Fit: True To Size
  • Quality: 5.0
  • Value: 4.5
  • Gabor Ruched Mid Boot

    Cosy, comfortable boots

    5.0

    I have high insteps but this style means there is plenty of room to move your ankles so I can drive in these.

    Jan would recommend this product to a friend.

    Reviewed by
    • United Kingdom
    • Height: 175cm
    • Leg length: 86cm (34")
    • Clothing size: EU 44
    • Shoe size: EU 42
    • Reviewed on: 15 Oct 2017

  • Gabor Ruched Mid Boot

    tolle stiefel

    5.0

    fällt sehr gut aus, paßt perfekt

    Susanne Theel would recommend this product to a friend.

    Reviewed by
    • Germany
    • Reviewed on: 30 Oct 2016

  • Gabor Ruched Mid Boot

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    5.0

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    Susanne Theel would recommend this product to a friend.

    Reviewed by
    • Germany
    • Reviewed on: 30 Oct 2016

  • Gabor Ruched Mid Boot

    No good for a high instep

    3.0
    • Fit: True To Size
    • Quality: 5.0
    • Value: 3.0

    Lovely boot, nice and light which I like for day to day wear shoes. However, I have a high instep and they just don't fit. Disappointing as they are a lovely length

    Tree would recommend this product to a friend.

    Reviewed by
    • United Kingdom
    • Age: 25-34
    • Height: 191cm
    • Leg length: 91cm (36")
    • Clothing size: EU 46
    • Shoe size: EU 44
    • Reviewed on: 26 Oct 2016