• Costume National Gored Flat Boot (Brown)
  • Costume National Gored Flat Boot (Brown)
  • Costume National Gored Flat Boot (Brown)
  • Costume National Gored Flat Boot (Brown)
  • Costume National Gored Flat Boot (Brown)

Costume National

Brown Gored Flat Boot

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Short ankle boot in a distressed leather. Round toe with low stacked heel and platform with side slit elastic gores. Seam detailing throughout. Slips on with pull tab at ankle. Leather sole and insole with rubber heel. Dust cover included. Leather. Italy.

Size and fit
  • 1 1/4" heel, 4 1/2" shaft

Comments And Questions
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    Laura W. Apr 02, 2013
    Hello Beata. Aren't these beautiful?! To make sure the size would be perfect, I've taken the insole measurement for you. From heel to toe, the size 38.5 measures approximately 9 3/4 inches. I hope this helps :)
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    Beata H. Apr 02, 2013
    These are great! I am usually 8.5-9 (EU39). I have Acne Pistols in size 38. I am thinking about getting these in a 38.5. Any advice? Thank you:-)
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    Nina M. Feb 16, 2013
    Sabrina. Hi. I have tried these on for you! I am typically also a size 7, across the board. With a medium weight sock on, the size 8 was big on me. The APC boots would be a great alternative. Here's a link: https://totokaelo.com/store/products/apc/ss13/side-zip-ankle-boots/dark-chestnut. Love these!
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    Sabrina C. Feb 16, 2013
    Hi, wondering what the sizing is like, if worn with thick socks. I'm usually a 37 and considering ordering the 38. Thanks!
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    Christine T. Jan 12, 2013
    Fayen. Hi! The size 37 was too big for me, but I do think these would make a nice workboot. Have you looked at the Hope Field Boot? Those would make another gorgeous work boot. In those, the size 36 is a perfect fit for me.
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    Fayen D. Jan 12, 2013
    And are they sturdy enough to wear as an actual workboot?!
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    Fayen D. Jan 12, 2013
    Christine: would the 37 fit you..?
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    Rachael V. Oct 06, 2012
    It's like an old oil slicked brown leather work boot. But so much better!
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    Maura E. Oct 05, 2012
    This color is great! I am picturing them with the Acne Hex Lena tucked in. https://totokaelo.com/store/products/acne/ss11/hex/lena
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    Nina M. Oct 05, 2012
    I love the tonal differences in the color. Beautiful boot!

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