Maciejka Women's red openwork leather ankle boots
Original and comfortable women's ankle boots from the Polish brand Maciejka are a perfect proposition for lovers of classic, feminine style who are looking for footwear with a unique character and high wearing comfort. The upper of these boots is made of openwork natural velor leather in a beautiful red color. This model is equipped with a practical zipper fastening at the back of the upper, which makes it easier to put on and take off the shoes. The interior of the shoes and the insole are made of natural leather, and the insole is additionally padded with soft foam, which increases the comfort of wearing. The boots are not insulated, which makes them an excellent choice for the spring and summer season. Openwork elements of the upper ensure adequate air circulation, eliminating concerns about thermal comfort, especially on warm days. A stable 4 cm high heel naturally slims the leg and provides a solid basis for the figure. The round toe gives your feet a lot of freedom. The front of the sole is a solid platform with a height of 3 cm, adding stability and a distinctive character to the shoes. These ankle boots are extravagant, stylish, and at the same time very universal and impressive, matching perfectly with both trousers and a dress. These are footwear that not only impresses with its design, but also offers comfort of wearing, making it an ideal choice for women who value fashion and comfort.
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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: