Style # C1672L3003
Naturalizer Jamison Wideshaft Boot

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Naturalizer Jamison Wideshaft

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Item #EC0213597
 Go for a classic, chic look with the Jamison Wide Shaft riding boot from Naturalizer.
  • Leather upper in a riding boot style
  • Twin buckle details
  • Elastic gored panel at the shaft ensures a great fit
  • Inside zipper ensures an easy slip-on construction
  • Wide shaft design
  • Textile lining, cushioning insole features N5 comfort elements
  • Non-slip outsole, 1 inch heel


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Naturalizer asked: Why did you choose this?

  • S: "I love the wide shaft fit all other knee high boots are too small! These are perfect for ladies with some meat on their calves!"
  • Bethany: "Wide shaft"
  • Maysaloun: "Classy, wideshaft, leather, comfy,"
  • kerry: "i chose this item because its wide shaft and I had other wide shaft boots from naturalizer that I loved."
  • dea: "wide shaft"
  • Donna: "I have a pair of Jersey boots and love them. I could not find Jersey Wide Calf Black anywhere so I decided to try these. I hope they are as comfortable!"
  • P: "Similar to ones I have and have almost worn out."
  • Denise: "Wide shaft boot Need good support because of back issues All leather"

Kassandra asked: I do not see the boot measurement for the Jamison Wideshaft. Can you please tell me the circumference for a 61/2?

  • Emily (staff): "Hi Kassandra, Jamison Wideshaft Size 6 1/2: Shaft Height Measures 14 15/16" Circumference Measures 16" Thank you, Emily"

Marta asked: What is the width of the shaft on a 8.5?

  • P: "Hi, Marta-- Unfortunately for me, not wide enough. I have a pair of Naturalizer wideshaft boots in a similar equestrian style that I bought a couple (at least ) of years ago and have almost completely worn out, so I was delighted to see the Jamison and assumed it would fit. Alas, it did not--the left boot would not zip over my calf. (The right boot did, but only because my calf muscle was slightly atrophied from having to wear a therapy boot because of a bone spur--and forgive me, please, if this is TMI) So, I had to return the Jamisons. The boots I currently own had a higher ratio of stretchy panels to leather than the Jamisons did, so that probably accounts for the difference in how much flesh the Jamison could accommodate. I hope this entirely subjective answer is helpful to you in some way!"
  • Emily (staff): "Hello, For a complete list of shaft height and circumference measurements for each size, please click the "Boot Measurement" icon located above the "Add to Cart" button. Thank you,"

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