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KedsAndTubeSocks Mon 02-Nov-20 08:42:57

Has anyone seen my holy grail of boots in the shops?
I'm looking for flat, black, tall (under the knee) leather boots in a 9 or 42. Preferably under £100. I'm currently wearing these, but the zip is broken so I have to unlace them which is tedious.
I have skinny calves so nothing too wide please.

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KedsAndTubeSocks Mon 02-Nov-20 08:46:34

I keep looking at these but they are far too spendy. sad

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1990s Mon 02-Nov-20 08:47:20

A cobbler might be able to repair the zip?

KedsAndTubeSocks Mon 02-Nov-20 10:26:56

I think they're about 10 years old, and they're definitely well-worn. I think it's time to replace them.

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KedsAndTubeSocks Mon 02-Nov-20 18:38:25

Bump

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samlovesdilys Mon 02-Nov-20 18:42:44

Have you looked at Duo boots?? May not be under £100 but go up to a 9...

BecauseOfTheRain Tue 03-Nov-20 01:15:37

These are over £100, but I have slim calves and have bought in a few colours as it's so rare to find !

BecauseOfTheRain Tue 03-Nov-20 01:15:54

https://www.gaborshoes.co.uk/womens-c1/boots-c3/brook-s-womens-long-boots-p19193

Countmeout Tue 03-Nov-20 06:59:23

The ones the poster above linked are fabulous. I bought them to replace a pair I’d had years and years. Really comfortable. I bought them from John Lewis. They give some idea of the calf measurements.

mellongoose Tue 03-Nov-20 07:03:45


From Barbour. On their site they are £179, but an independent shop near me had them for £120.

mellongoose Tue 03-Nov-20 07:04:33

Sorry!! Here's the link...

https://www.barbour.com/uk/barbour-mary-boots

hammeringinmyhead Tue 03-Nov-20 12:28:20

There aren't really any slim-calf alternatives to Duo, in my experience. They're expensive for a reason - it can't be easy producing in so many different shoe and calf sizes.

hammeringinmyhead Tue 03-Nov-20 12:29:36

However, I know some Mumsnetters have had success here: www.valverdebotas.com/en/

They are basically the same as Penelope Chilvers.

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