Frye boots, size 7 1/2 M
These vintage light banana-camel color leather boots are by Frye.
They have faux wood stacked heels.
They have rubber nonskid soles with a logo etched in the centers.
The outer sides have 6 3/4" long vertical open inset panels.
The leather extends downward 4 1/4" inside of each boot.
Below that is a brown fabric lining with antique white Frye logos.
The tops can be rolled down.
The color is lighter and darker in certain areas, especially on the inner sides where the tops had been rolled down.
The color is more accurately depicted in the last 2 pictures.
They haven't been worn very much.
It's nice soft, thick leather.
The Frye Company is the oldest continuously operated shoe company in the U.S.
John Frye founded the company in 1863.
He was a wealthy shoemaker from England.
He died in 1911, but his family continued to run the company until 1945.
They're from a former model.
Her feet grew after having kids and they're now too small.
9 3/8" outer toe to back of foot heel
3 1/4" outside across the ball
bottom of heel to top of boot 17 1/2"
14" top circumference
Item # 0548246