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NEWMAN - 622205

Product #: 2116 Sizing Chart
$ 240.00

About This Style

When it comes to photography, lighting is everything!  The photos on the white backgrounds were taken indoors, and the photos against the brickwall were taken outdoors in the same light.  I promise you, they are the exact same pair of boots!  I just wanted to show you how colors can vary depending on which light you view them under.  This particular shade of grey has a rich charcoal undertone.  Inside, the grey looks a bit muted and stone-ish, but outdoors you spot vibrant shades of dark grey + charcoal.

Sized in European, we find them to fit true to size in the length.  Due to the pointed shape of the toe box, the width is best suited for an average width foot!

Please note that the soft leather and metallic detailing do not make this boot a good choice for true winter conditions, especially wet ones!

Heel Height: 1.75" ~ Boot Height: 3.5" ~ Ankle Width: 10"

  • Full inside zippered entry
  • Nicely cushioned fashion foot bed; ideal for extended wear as long as you don't require correctve arch support
  • Hand washed/Hand colored glossy burnished leather upper/Leather lined
  • 2" Faux stacked heel wrapped with decorative faux metal trim
  • Printed rubber sole
  • Made in Italy

Fit

Please note that this style is sized in European.  If you are not familar with your European size, please do not hesitate to contact us.  We can best be reached via email at onlinesales@mysoleaddiction.com
Heel: 2.25"
Boot Height: 4.5"
Shaft Width: 10.25"
Length: TRUE TO SIZE
Width: AVERAGE TO ABOVE AVERAGE
Instep: AVERAGE
Upper: GLOSSY BURNISHED LEATHER
Lining: LEATHER

About Mjus

Mjus products are constructed from hand coloured/washed leathers.  Variances in the color and distressing are characteristic of the workmanship and by no means defects.  The gradient colors and textures of these leathers is difficult to capture on film as the leather appears different in each source of light.