Designed with sweeping sophistication, the Clarks Ingalls Vicky tall boot exudes feminine charm. This graceful women's boot features a soft, supple leather upper; a full-length inside zipper lends on/off ease. With Bendables construction and an OrthoLite® cushioned footbed, the Clarks Ingalls Vicky boot is as comfortable and flexible as it is stylish.
If you have a smaller calf, this boot won't work for you. Sizing on the website says a 14 1/2" calf, but it's actually closer to 17. I also have a high arch so the top of the boot was not too comfortable as it pressed into the top of my foot. However they look great and seem like a quality boot if the shape works for you.
I needed comfortable, stylish boots. These are comfortable, but not very stylish and the quality of leather seems cheap. I kept them because I already had to return another pair and needed them desperately. The fit on my feet was comfortable. Seems like most boots are made for women with big legs these days. That's why I can only wear them with pants in them, or they would look ridiculously large around the calf area. I think I won't be ordering online any more, even if I have to pay a bit more in a store. Returns get costly. Had I seen the quality of the leather and large shaft, I would not have purchased them.
Clarks have to be the most comfortable boots ever. No break in period which is great considering I have a wide foot. I ordered the wide and it fit perfectly. Thank you Onlineshoes for having the best price.
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