- Synthetic Leather Upper
- Anti-Slip Bottom, Low Profile Heel
- Plain Toe Design, Cement Construction
- Side Zipper Entry W/Milwaukee Signature Hardware
- Adjustable Lower Buckle Strap for Optimum Fit
Love those skyscraper heels but struggle to balance for long? Or do you get brought back down to earth when the killer heel pain kicks in? Then go for the gorgeous platform and step out in style in a shoe that really is the best of both worlds! And, with a platform heel boots, you get to choose from some seriously stylish options whether you want to rock a deceptively high stiletto, pack some platform punch to your day shoes or add some high heel attitude to those winter boots. So, get set to embrace the platform heel boots and take your footwear to new heights…
More About Platform Heel Boots
The comfort factor comes from the quality leather upper and the nice height ratio between the heel and the hidden platform, giving you the right angle for your hard-working feet. And the looks are that of much more expensive designer platform shoes, which just adds to the total enjoyment you’ll get when slipping on these gorgeous heels.
The Teaser of Platform Heel Boots will add some real sass to that prom dress. Not the cheapest of platform shoes but you do get a quality pair for your money and, in a choice of four neutral shades, these are high heels you will always find something to wear with.
Lastly, how the boot fits you is an essential factor. Good fit often translates to greater comfort, which is important for riders who spend a lot of time on the saddle. Boots are designed with narrow feet in general, which means you have to make some adjustments in size when you have wider feet.
The level of support these boots provide also impacts your comfort while riding. Tall boots are cozier for riding but are uncomfortable for farm works and errands. In contrast, short boots are great for all-around use but provide less protection for your legs on rides unless you also wear half-chaps.
The combination of material and build also contributes to your comfort, which is why you should carefully examine these features before finally settling on a pair.