The most striking feature of our Katherine boot is the incredible attention to details. This pointed toe model features a 2 3/4" heel, side fringes and leather patterns and motifs around the ankle. Featuring carvings on the shaft with the addition of metallic elements, this western-style boot is then finished with the vintage treatment that gives wonderful shades to the leather. Available in this Carmel Silverstone color dreaming of amazing destinations around the world has never been easier.
Heel - 2 3/4" leather stacked heel
Toe - Sintino style toe
Height - 17"
Metal details 100% nickel-free
Made in Italy
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A solid boot which falls just short of a 5 (IMHO)
The Great: High quality leather shaft with plenty of room in the shaft to accommodate one's foot and calf girth without compromising fit and requiring a boot ruining zipper. The Good: a very comfortable, stable heel well proportioned to the sizing in the ball of the foot which facilitates arch and ankle comfort for up to 5 hours (without orthotics) on the first wearing without having to endure a "footwear hangover" the following day. A testament to the balance and stability of this boot. The Fair: If you require orthotics in your footwear, consider going at least 1/2 size up for this boot. The leather sole is a +/-. If you live in a state where ice and/or snow are at issue, be careful when walking on wet surfaces with this boot. I have not had sufficient time to rate the durability of this boot yet. As far as Boot Junky goes, after decades of searching for reliable sourcing with variety, I feel confident that I have found this rare pairing of qualities with "The Junky". Prices are good and the service is great.
The Katherine Camel Blanche are indeed goddess boots. Were El Vaquero around then, Helen of Troy would have worn these. The leather is butter soft and the color, a creamy white. These western inspired boots are over the top stunning.
El Vaquero boots are very hard to find and Boot Junky offers a big selection. I am in Canada and have used both the USPS and UPS shipping options. I do prefer the US postal service which takes two weeks to reach me over the UPS service which takes a few days. UPS duties and taxes end up costing a lot more than USPS duties and taxes. Sometimes, you don't have to pay duties and taxes on something coming by regular post.