Maciejka Brown Knee-high Boots
Maciejka - Unique Boots with a Rock CharacterThe Maciejka company is synonymous with high quality, innovative styles and constant search for perfection. By introducing new collections to the market, this brand is gaining more and more customers who appreciate not only the appearance, but above all the comfort and quality of the products offered. We present the latest model of leather boots for women who love to surprise with unique styles. Boots in warm, autumn brown, made of natural leather, are the perfect combination of aesthetics and functionality. This leather not only ensures adequate ventilation of the feet, but also protects against cold and unfavorable weather conditions. The characteristic cut of the boots, inspired by the motorcycle and rock style, gives them a unique character. Despite the distinct accent, they do not lack feminine charm, which makes Maciejka's boots truly unique. The interior of the shoes is lined with soft fabric, which additionally increases the comfort of use. A good sole profile and a low, square heel, 2.5 cm high, make these shoes fit perfectly to the foot and guarantee comfort while walking. This is a proposition for women who like footwear with a strong character that adds self-confidence and stands out from the crowd. These unique Maciejka boots are the perfect choice for both spring and autumn. It is a combination of style, comfort and quality that will surely delight lovers of unique design and functionality.
UNIVERSAL SIZE TABLE
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT SHOE SIZE?
1. Draw the foot on a white sheet of paper and draw two parallel lines, measure the distance between the heel and toe
2. If one foot is shorter, choose a size that matches the longer foot:
3. For shoes with a round or square toe, the length of the insole should be about 0.5 cm longer than the length of the foot:
4. For shoes with almond or pointed toe, the length of the insole should be about 0.7 - 1 cm longer than the length of the foot:
5. For slides or sandals, the length of the insole should be equal to the length of the foot: