Thornton Ankle Boots

£150

In stock

Pre-order items will be despatched as soon as they become available. Despatch dates are best estimates and may change. Often items may be sent sooner.

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Description

A western style ankle boot that works for both office and off-duty. The slight burnishing on the suede gives a stylish lived-in look.

• True to size, although we recommend sizing up if you're between sizes.

• Stacked heel.

• Zip fastening.

• Heel Height: 7cm (2.7 inches).

• Handcrafted in Northern Portugal.

Fabric & Care

• Suede leather upper.

• Leather lined.

• Tunit sole inside. 

 

 

Reviews
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"I have these in three colours and they are without doubt the most comfortable, stylish ankle boots I own. They can be dressed up or down, so versatile. Another classic from Hush!"

Posted by Lydia  /  31st October 2016

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"The material is great, a super soft leather, but the design is a bit of a let down, as they are for wide feet, which would be useful to be stated at the description. I have slim feet, had to size down, and they are still too big (just didn't want to keep sending it back and order a new one again), so won't be able to wear them with tights. That's a shame that they are so big and wide, I think if they were narrower, they would not only be more comfortable, but also prettier."

Posted by Katalin  /  26th October 2016

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"These are great boots, but I do have slim feet and they come up too big… Very cool though. I'm normally a size 37, but having to change for a 36."

Posted by Nicky  /  13th October 2016

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"Love these boots; they are so comfortable that you can wear them all day. I'm also going to buy them in grey."

Posted by Abi  /  6th October 2016

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"Love these! Heel is perfect height - enough height to be flattering but low enough to run around in all day. Fits true to size - I'm usually a 39 and ordered a 39 - but they are on the narrow side so if you have wider feet I would recommend sizing up."

Posted by Sherryl  /  9th September 2016