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IntermittentParps Mon 16-Nov-20 14:27:01

This is very fussy...

I've bought these UGG ankle boots

(I can't post a pic for some reason, so it's a link)

and love the knitted cuff and the colour. But the heel is a bit high for me (I know, pathetic; I have old creaky knees).

So basically I want as close to the same boots as I can find but with a flat(ter) heel... Have looked at Schuh, Office, the Outnet, Dune, Nine West, Kurt Geiger...

ANY ideas???

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GeidiPrimes Mon 16-Nov-20 14:39:17

They look rather like high-heeled timberland type boots. How about these? (I realise you've already looked in Office, but might have missed them?)

IntermittentParps Mon 16-Nov-20 14:43:41

Thank you, yes they do a bit. I'm not keen on the fleecy bit though...

(told you I was being fussy; sorry)

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GeidiPrimes Mon 16-Nov-20 14:50:07

These ones?

Defiantly41 Mon 16-Nov-20 14:52:28

How about Joseph Seibel- Sanja 09; Marta 01or Sandra 14 look similar but low heels

Their Maren 17 or Maren 06have a different type of sole but also the fabric ankle cuff

Defiantly41 Mon 16-Nov-20 14:53:12

Oh those are nice @GeidiPrimes

Pythone Mon 16-Nov-20 14:56:25

How about these?

Also, LL Bean do lots of boots with two distinct sections like the ones you've bought, but they're more outdoorsy/rugged looking, so might not be the style you're after, e.g.:

lekkerkroketje Mon 16-Nov-20 15:03:37

I didn't know UGG did actually practical footwear. This is a revelation!

Dune again

CharitySchmarity Mon 16-Nov-20 15:21:53

These from Moshulu?

CharitySchmarity Mon 16-Nov-20 15:30:23

Sorry, there is an olive colour, but the link seems to default to turquoise.

IntermittentParps Mon 16-Nov-20 15:37:20

Some of these are great –thank you all!

lekkerkroketje, yes, UGG do lots of practical boots; I can't stand the sheepskin ones but have got too many a few pairs of sensible ones.

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Standrewsschool Mon 16-Nov-20 15:50:19

I find heel boots uncomfortable as well.

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