Dingo Women's Marlee Golden Condor Slouch Cowgirl Boots

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MSRP: $149.95
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Dingo Women's Marlee Golden Condor Slouch Cowgirl Boots

• Dingo cowgirl boots combine versatility & style
• Genuine Golden Condor leather
• Stylish slouched shaft
• Comfort cushion insole provides maximum comfort
• Medium round toe profile
• Durable composition outsole

Dingo cowgirl boots reinvent with modern and creative designs to keep cowgirls up with the latest trends. Dingo Marlee boot features a versatile golden condor leather sure to go with any outfit. Slouched shaft adds some flair to a classic. Comfort cushion insole provides comfort and cushion to the feet. Moisture wicking cover keeps feet cool and dry. High abrasion resistant rubber outsole provides longer wear. Traditional western heel. Dingo cowgirl boots equal top quality!
Brand: Dingo
Style No: DI7542

Corral Boots - runs 1/2 size small. Order up 1/2 size

Lucchese Boots - runs narrow in the in-step. If your foot is a bit wide, order up 1/2 size

Anderson Bean Boots - runs 1/2 size small compared to a Justin/Ariat. Order 1/2 size larger

Justin Boots - true to size

Ariat Boots - true to size

Lane Boots - true to size

Tin Haul Boots - true to size

Dan Post Boots - true to size

The proper fit should feel like:

- Snug across the top
- Slight slip of 1/4" - 1/2" in the heel

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Nice boots!
Dani (CT) 12/10/2014 7:35 PM
I normally hate slouch boots but for some reason i really like these. I have done everything with these boots from trail riding, walking around a fair all day, to going to a 4-H dance. I can wear them with skinny or boot jeans or even an dress or skirt. They are very versatile boots. My only complain is that they aren't very stable. I have twisted my ankle quite a few times. Also the bottom is very slippery, to the point where i am nervous walking up and down the stairs at school for fear that I will slip.