Complete your casual style with the women’s Rieker Felicitas 43 lace up boot. The blanket-woven tongue and padded collar add eye-catching appeal and comfort. The fleece lining adds warmth, while the cushioned footbed with arch support deliver unmatched comfort, ideal for all-day adventures.
- Synthetic upper with a blanket-woven collar and tongue for added interest and comfort.
- Zipper for easy on/off wear.
- Fleece lining adds warmth.
- Removable, cushioned footbed with arch support.
- Durable outsole provides traction and stability.
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So pretty and comfortable
The style is gorgeous and comfortable, size is correct. I wear size 8 and ordered size 39 fits perfect, I have medium width feet. No arch support but still comfortable and warm. Love it!
Love these Boots!
I was hesitant to order boots without trying them on first, but I was very happy I did. They are so comfy and beyond cute. I wore them all day right after they arrived. I have narrow feet, so I didn't have any issues with them being too tight and I ordered my usual size. I really love the way they feel, but if you have wide feet, you may want to avoid these.
So comfy and so cute
I love these boots! They are so cute. I get more compliments from people on these. They are very comfortable too. I can wear these all day! I have read they run small. I did not find that at all. I have a pair of another brand in the EURO sizing and I ordered the same size as those. Perfect fit!
upper material scuffs and cracks
I love these boots. So many compliments as well. BUT: I assumed the upper material was soft leather. It is not. It scuffs quickly, and once scratched deep enough, the vinyl just keeps peeling. I have them at the shoe repair shop after only 3 months of wear because I apparently scratched up the side on one of them somehow. I love them otherwise. Just wished the material wasn't so flimsy. Even the shoe repair shop said they were surprised that this was how badly a Rieker product would hold up.