ERA - Late 60s / Early 1970s
LABEL - No makers label
TYPE - Boots
COLOR - Multi
FEATURES - What an exceptional pair of vintage footwear. A true rare and holy grail item from the '60s. Shinny inky black vinyl crafted into a stunning pair of go-go boots. Features multi-colored embroidery that starts at the end of the vamp and runs all the way up the shaft. These boots feature a rounded board square toe box, interior zip closures, and stacked heels. The soles are rubber with linear tread. The interior of the boots has a thin knit lining that feels like polyester. Such a special pair of 1960s footwear. Made in Japan and labeled Sz 8.5.
MATERIAL - Man-made materials
CONDITION - Excellent condition - Judging from the soles of the boots I believe these are deastock. The only thing I can note is that the left boot has a tiny spot, a small smudge on the outer calf, and a little scuff on the rim of the calf opening. The interior sole insert on the left boot has some curling from age but will lay flat once a foot is inside (the right boot no longer has this sole insert).
* Please reference the below measurements to ensure fit - comparing these measurements with a similar pair of footwear that might be in your wardrobe is always a good idea*
Length - 10"
Width - 3.25"
Heel height - 1.75"
Shaft height - 14"
Calf opening - 6.25" - 7" flat across (double for the diameter of the calf *could fit a calf with a diameter up to 13.5"*)
All items are vintage and may show natural signs of wear
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