■ model wearing item size
Wearing size:US6.5 (model: height 168 cm x shoe size 23.5-24.0 upper low and narrow width)
FRYE/VERA SHORT ENGINEER BOOTS [#76299 style]
BLACK: black regular
■ material sense
Soft, medium gloss. Cylinder part wear look was was next will.
■ about the size as a guide please consider.
From フライブーツ overseas famous celebrity favorite VERA SHORT is in stock now!
タンブルフルグレイン leather VERA for beautifully crafted the suppleness and softness, combining outstanding usability. It is one foot in easy-to-use short boots working in a variety of situations. VERA series trademark chunky heel is alive and well. Nice sense of stability when walking, and directing the beauty leg silhouette in the feminine form. The belt buckle of the mouth and Kobu "FRYE] of engraving. Enhances natural wide boots in black leather and contrast. In the cylindrical part in the model name into the ヒールサイド is decorated logo embossed. Please enjoy sticking each one finished with hand-crafted one pair.
Height 164 cm
(Shoe size 24.0 shrill and broad)
Don't play 7, wear socks on too tight but also like was the room size. 7.5 Clear there are a few come to mind is not. Choose size regular is OK. I would like to wear loose half UP and. Heel is a mannish engineer types because a feminine impression. Leather is soft and is easy to wear.
Height 168 cm
(Shoe size 23.5-24.0 upper low and narrow width)
6.5, Wear socks on width and vertical both have a little feeling cramped. 7 Vertical furniture was remained a bit width feeling cramped. Width felt cramped and 7.5 vertically is clear. I think 7.5 should wear long toes burden hanging seems so put it on easy. Easy-to-fit design so widely is likely to play a little.
Boots manufacturers in 1863 founded the FRYE boots! Finish of oiled leather bench craft manufacturing process using the firm is more than 100 years what represents the quality of the history. Try the best quality handmade and made in the firm.
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