Expensive boot that looks the part.
3-inch heel means this boot can be dressed up or down. Tall boot designed for tall women. Quality leather that wears well. Almond toe with padded footbed. Zip closure along instep. Classy look.
Runs very tall, even on not-so-short folks.
Western boot that’s a fashion staple.
Rich suede with a 2.5-inch heel gives a subtle lift. Cuban wrapped heel with ankle strap. Versatile boot that looks especially great with jeans. Available in three colors.
Some customers needed to add inserts for comfort.
Fashion boot that you can wear all day.
Suede with a slight wedge heel that needs no breaking in. Cute tassels add an on-trend detail. Micro-studded detail at zipper. Cushioned insole. Foam layers provide cushioning and shock-absorption.
The suede needed to be treated to make it water-resistant.
Classic leather riding boot in a wide calf.
Knee-high boot in polished leather. Well-made boots that are comfortable to walk in with a good design. Decorative stirrup at ankle. Wider fit is also perfect for wearing outside jeans.
Zipper does not go to the top, making it awkward to put on.
Warm winter boot that’s actually stylish, too.
Synthetic, snug waterproof boot. Drawstring detail with fuzzy pom-poms. Good grip with a 3-inch heel. Can be worn in the snow. Easy to walk in. Perfect for wearing to work in inclement weather.
Some found it a little snug in the toe area.
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Just like all of Anne Klein’s fashions, boots designed for women by the brand come in numerous stylish designs. Whether you prefer leather or synthetic materials, low or high heels, high-fashion or practical looks, chances are there is a pair that will work with your wardrobe as well as fit your lifestyle. Anne Klein also takes comfort into consideration, with many styles offering cushioned insoles that absorb shock. Size, and whether boots tend to fit your feet tightly are 2 considerations to think about before you make your purchase.