Universal Thread women's microsuede booties with 3.5in shaft and 3.5in block heel
Zipper closure with a buckle strap on the ankle for a customizable fit
Boots look great with dresses, jeans and everything in between
Care and Cleaning: Clean with mild detergent
Lining Material: Man made materials
Insole Material: Man made materials
Upper Shoe Material: 99% Polyester and 1% Zinc alloy
Sole Material: 100% TPR (thermoplastic rubber)
Heel: Approximately 3.5 inches Block heel
Boot Shaft Circumference: Approximately 11.0 inches
Boot Shaft Height: Approximately 3.5 inches
Shoe Width: Medium
Boot height type: Ankle
Footwear toe openness: Closed toe
Footwear outsole details: Textured outsole
Footwear upper fabric name: Microsuede
Item Number (DPCI): 096-10-7832
Step up your boot game with the Eden Microsuede Heeled Buckle Bootie from Universal Thread™. Designed with classic microsuede fabric, these mid-calf booties feature a pointed toe accented with an adjustable belt-like buckle around the ankle, and they're finished with a side zipper for a sure fit. The solid closed-toe booties are set on a 3.5-inch block heel that adds subtle lift to your height, making them great for a variety of occasions.
Cute but be warned about the stiffness and possible blisters the could create
4 out of 5 stars
Would not recommend
mrp - 19 days ago, Verified purchaser
These boots are sooo cute! But once I put them on I noticed they were pretty stiff and I was just asking for a blister around the ankle. For this reason I returned them. The fit was fine though. I sized up half a size as I usually do in boots to give extra room for a sock. The fit was great. I was just worried about the rubbing around the ankle.
I'm sooo glad these are back! Two years ago, I got a pair just like these in olive and I love them! They're sturdy, hold up well in weather and are super cute! Functional and stylish, what a bargain. Fit, sizing and comfort are all good. The only thing I wish is that the grey ones were lighter in color. Maybe Target will release more color options later. At least we know the color from the stock photos are accurate.