The snug fit keeps these boots in place and compliments the shape of the leg. Has a 2.5-inch heel and rubber sole. Comes in multiple color and heel shape options.
A few customers felt that the slim fit felt too tight.
The comfortable fit and low, stacked heels are ideal for walking and standing for long periods of time. The versatile style works for all-year wear. Made from faux leather.
Tops of boots have a tendency to "slouch" down, especially on wearers with thinner thighs.
The fit adapts to both wide and narrow foot shapes. The interior is lined to keep your legs warm without adding too much in the way of extra fabric. Gives a bit at the top.
Not the best fit for those with thicker calves.
Made with a suede material that is stretchy to fit a variety of leg sizes. The insole of the shoe has a cushioned feel. Has a rounded toe, block heel style, and comes in a few color choices.
Boots tend to fall down when walking around.
Has a 3-inch heel height and rubber sole. Constructed with a suede material that is available in other colors. Zips are closed in the back and securely stay up on the leg.
Has a looser fit on the legs than preferred, according to a few reviews.
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Women’s thigh-high boots are a chic fashion staple. There are classic leather thigh-highs — some with high heels, some with zippers, some with laces. Tall leather boots fetch tall prices, but they’re also very breathable and comfortable. Synthetic thigh-high boots might not resist water or last as long as leather, but if you don’t intend to wear your boots daily, they might fit your bill. Keep a few fashion rules in mind as you shop: Women with shorter legs can lengthen their look with a high heel and keep it sleek with boots that aren’t bulky or baggy. Women with longer legs can get away with flats or heels, but they’ll want to check the shaft length of the boots before ordering.