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Corso Como Francine Wide Calf Riding Boot

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Product Details
Item # 294639
UPC # 887418064028

Your feet will thank you for treating them to this exquisite riding boot from Corso Como.  The Francine's ultra cushy footbed and soft leather upper will keep you comfortable for seasons to come.

  • Leather upper
  • Strap and buckle detail
  • Round toe
  • 14" shaft height, inside zipper closure
  • 15½" calf circumference, back gore panel for stretch fit
  • Comfort cushioned insole
  • 1½" block heel
  • Synthetic sole with single rhinestone embellishment
  • Imported
  • View more Women's Corso Como Shoes

We measure the height (or shaft) of a boot from the top of the heel to the leg opening. The calf circumference is measured on the outside of the boot at a point 11" up the boot's shaft. All boots are measured on a size 6. Measurements may vary based on size.

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4.5 out of 5
Runs Short
3.0 out of 5
Runs Long
Runs Narrow
3.0 out of 5
Runs Wide
Not Comfy
4.3 out of 5
Very Comfy

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Overall Product Rating: 
( 4 out of 5 )
By:  Karnen
Location:  Los Angeles
January 08, 2014
Very comfy inside
"The lining on the inside and the cushions in the foot bed make this boot extremely comfy. The leather and cognac color was really nice. Unfortunately I think the wide calf was just too big for me and was a bit baggy so had to return."
Overall Product Rating: 
( 4 out of 5 )
By:  jerzbrit
Location:  Lumberton, NJ
January 07, 2014
Was Hesitant To Order Online But...
"Like the title says, I was hesitant to order these online. I try everything on before I buy it and will only buy online if I know for a fact it's going to fit (ie: brands I always buy). I went ahead and ordered them because DSW has such an accommodating return policy. That being said, I am happy with my purchase.I ordered a size 7.5 because DSW was sold out of size 8 which is my normal size. All of my other shoes and boots are a size 8 but I read someone's review saying that these run a bit big so I decided to risk it. I'm glad I did, the size 7.5 surprisingly fits me and the heel is even a little loose. The shoe itself is tight on my foot but I know it will loosen up with wear since it's leather. I don't wear wide shoes so these must run slightly narrow. The calf part fits perfectly, not too tight and I have room for leggings or skinny jeans. My calves measure right about 16 inches. These boots do have a small stretch panel running the length of the back of the boot but it is hidden well by overlapping leather which I appreciate. I do not like boots with the panels of stretch material and am only OK with it on this boot since it's hidden. The leather does bunch a little around my ankles but I'm hoping this will get better once the boot has molded to my foot/leg and honestly, I expected it to happen a little due to the style. All in all, I like the boot. It's a little plain jane and nothing spectacular but it fits nicely and is real leather and I couldn't beat the price: $80 with free shipping.I bought a pair of black riding boots last year, I believe Life Stride, and within 2 months of wearing them the seam on the inside toe started to fall apart. Since the boots weren't leather there really wasn't much to be done besides glue which looked horrible. Now I refuse to buy boots unless they're real leather and like I said before, $80 for leather boots? Can't beat that.I can't say much about the comfort since I've only worn the boots around the house when I first tried "
Overall Product Rating: 
( 3 out of 5 )
Location:  NJ
January 07, 2014
Overall Product Rating: 
( 3 out of 5 )
By:  trixiestoys
Location:  Online
January 04, 2014
"This a nice fitting boot but it is just an average looking boot. The one nice feature it has going for it is a hidden stretch panel down the back of the boot. They cover it up with an overlap of leather. Which in my opinion does add to the look. I hate when they cheaply add a stretch panel all the way down the back or side of the boot and don't disguise it or blend it in."
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