Fitzwell Lyra Low Wedge Boot
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1% Full size too large
8% Half size too Large
84% True to size
6% Half size too small
0% Full size too small
95% Felt true to width
4% Felt narrower than marked
1% Felt wider than marked
19% Excellent arch support
55% Moderate arch support
26% No arch support
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- It's boot season and Fitzwell® has the tall Lyra Low Wedge ready to go!
- Stretchy synthetic upper hugs the foot and calf for a slimming effect.
- Satiny-soft synthetic linings treat skin gently for all-day comfort.
- Cushioned footbed with a gel comfort heel pad for added shock absorption.
- Classic stacked wedge heel with a feminine contour.
- Outer sole of polyurethane with flex grooves for a natural stride.
- Heel Height: 2 1⁄2 in
- Weight: 15 oz
- Circumference: 13 in
- Shaft: 16 1⁄2 in
- Product measurements were taken using size 8.5, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Average rating is 4 out of 5 from a total of 79 reviews.
Top Positive Review
3 people found this review helpful.
I have a large foot (12) and I needed new boots, fast. I bought these boots to wear for NYE. I was really impressed at the fact that they needed no time to break in and were very much like they appear online. I think that they are very easy to walk in and go great with leggings. The only draw back is that they tend to slouch a little, but maybe I just prefer a little stiffer boot! The plus side, they are easy to pack in a suitcase. Glad I bought them!Read more » « Show less January 10, 2012 by Patrease R
Top Critical Review
2 people found this review helpful.
Looks sexy, feels TERRIBLE. Fitzwell touts itself as sort of comfort brand, so I was expecting at least a semi-comfortable shoe, especially for the price. These feel no different underfoot than shoes from discount retailers. My feet were hurting within a few minutes of trying them on. Sent them right back. If you're a wussy about heels and non-supportive shoes, these are not the boots for you.Read more » « Show less December 7, 2010 by Jenna A
I have a large foot (12) and I needed new boots, fast. I bought these boots to wear for NYE. I was really impressed at the fact that they needed no time to break in and were very much like they appear online. I think that they are very easy to walk in and go great with leggings. The only draw back is that they tend to slouch a little, but maybe I just prefer a little stiffer boot! The plus side, they are easy to pack in a suitcase. Glad I bought them!
- Patrease R - customer
- from Austin, Texas
- January 10, 2012
I bought these boots about a month ago because I was searching for a brown boot that had a stretch fabric upper and a wedge heel. I wanted something that looks equally sexy worn with leggings or with a skirt, and the Lyra delivers. It doesn't look slouchy at the ankles, which is a definite plus. As for comfort, I would say that these aren't too bad, but they do tend to become uncomfortable by the end of the day. All in all, I am glad that I bought these. And here is a tip for those who are concerned about boots with stretch fabric uppers slipping down all day long (and they do) - just wear a pair of knee high socks underneath the boots - they will stay up all day, and no-one will even know that you are wearing them.
- Kristen F - customer
- from Ohio
- January 6, 2011
I have fat calves and am always hard to fit, but these boots are perfect! They're slimming, comfortable, & true to size.
- Lura D - customer
- from Greenville, SC
- January 5, 2012
Love these boots. I bought 2 pairs. Great for wide feet. Not a lot of cushion.
- Mary J - customer
- from New York
- October 12, 2011
Love the boots! Good look and feel, except that the sizes seem to run a little small.
Felt a half size smaller than marked
Felt narrower than marked
- Karen H - customer
- March 26, 2011