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Belmore is our sophisticated bordeaux leather platform knee high boot.
Belmore is our sophisticated bordeaux leather platform knee high boot.
Belmore has a flattering fit with a stylish almond toe shape.
Belmore has a 1cm built in platform - to comfortably add height to your look.


Sophisticated platform knee high boot.

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Belmore in rich Bordeaux is a chic knee high boot with a hidden talent. It’s a burgundy leather platform boot that will comfortably add a little height to your look. And it’s wonderfully versatile too - perfect with work wear, evening wear or anything in between. No matter the season or occasion, this beautiful platform knee high boot will deliver on style whenever you need it. And with our range of calf sizes you can be sure of the perfect fit too.

Standard knee high

Based on a size 38 the boot back height: 38cm (excluding boot heel)

Model wears shoe size EU40, calf size 34cm. Model height: 5'8/173cm

Standard-cut ankle

Slim to standard width

Almond toe

Half shoe sizes go up

Lining Material: Leather

Heel Height: 8 cm (3 in)

Zip Length: Full-length

Cushioned Insole: Yes

Leather care - to keep your leather boots or ankle boots looking their best, polish them regularly. Not only will this keep them looking new but it will also protect them against water and scuffing.

Narrow and high heels - If you plan to wear narrow heeled boots or ankle boots regularly, the heel tips should be replaced when they begin to look worn.