A harmonious combination of beautiful green-blue color, a stable comfortable heel and an unusual design are the ankle boots 70713 Loints of Holland of the Jive family. The beautifully shaped tall back looks like a collar-stand that gently covers the ankle, making it visually slimmer. Two black zippers are located on the sides of an ankle boot, and successfully blend with a black sole made of thermoplastic rubber. This sole is light, flexible, wear-resistant, with excellent cushioning properties. The thickness of the sole is 1 cm, and the height of the heel is 6 cm. The ankle boots are not only spectacular, but also very comfortable. The smooth leather of the upper does not have a lining, the model has almost no seams, so the foot in these ankle boots is experiencing only pleasant sensations. This is facilitated by a removable insole, which produces the Spanish company ARNEPLANT S.L. The insole arneplant @ provides long-lasting comfort, breathability and cushioning. The top layer of the insole is leather. The lower layer is a modern, innovative material that uses antibacterial catalysts to neutralize microbes and eliminate unwanted odors. In the manufacture of insoles, a patented gluing system is used that can support the breathing of materials and fabrics. As a result, after bonding, the insole breathes, has good air permeability, keeps the feet dry. Thus, these boots were created in order for the legs to be beautiful and healthy.
To determine the size of the Shoe, do the following:
- Take a clean sheet of paper and a well-sharpened pencil.
- If you are going to wear next shoes with a sock — put the sock.
- Place your foot on the paper and carefully draw around it. It is recommended to do it in the evening as by the evening the feet swell – especially if you have a sedentary way of life.
- Remove the foot from the sheet and draw a long line with the help of a ruler.
- Measure both feet and select the largest number.
- At the end, you need to round this figure to 5 millimeters and select the size in the table.
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