Enjoy the unique look and comfort of the Tellin ankle boot from Naot. This boot has a lot of personality thanks to prominent stitching on its leather upper. A side zip allows easy on and off and a snug fit; a removable, suede-covered cork and latex footbed ensures comfort and accommodates orthotics. A lightweight polyurethane sole offers added shock absorption. Fit tip: The width of this shoe runs medium to wide.
Naot does it again! This boot is fantastic. It goes with everything and doesn't look too conservative (despite how comfortable it is). Naot boots are great for my narrow feet with high arches. I had no problems breaking in this shoe and love to wear with just about everything in my closet. The grey color is great and the orange stitching profides an interesting contrast. I wear a 7.5 and the 38 fits perfectly.
This is the most comfortable ankle boot. Because it is NAOT, there is no need for me to add my shoe insert for plantar fasciitis issues. I wear these boots all day shopping, etc. with no pain. I have tried other brands and they do not compare to NAOT.
I love these boots. After looking for years for a shoe that was very comfortable and that I could wear to work with my suits, I finally found it! I did have to buy them a size larger than I normally do, but they look great and feel great. They are pricey, but worth the money and I could have bought three pairs with the money I've wasted on shoes that end up not being very comfortable.
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