Low Heel

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Wide legs can cause a disappointment when a person seeks the proper footwear for some event or casual wear. This is true especially in case of the purchase of boots. Every woman with athletic calves is dreaming about comfortable and fashionable boots to fit wider legs. If you have come to this moment when it is time to find casual comfortable pair of boots to wear day after day to work, you will definitely need rather low heels or even flats. The low heel makes the boots very comfortable to wear.
Style does count in this case but why getting another pair of trendy wide calf boots which you will wear a couple of times and then put in your closet together with the other unused shoes! On the other hand low heeled boots can also be as stylish as their high heeled counterparts, and you can wear them for a long time without hurting your feet and give your foot the support it needs. Not to mention people usually wear boots in winter and who can wear high heels when it snows?
For your daily casual footwear you need low heel wide leather or suede boots because they are comfortable, breathable, and last but not least durable.
Low heel wide calf boots look great over skin jeans and even with tights and a cute tunic.
Here I have assembled a collection of low heel boots for wide calves by leading mens and womens footwear brands.

Low Heel Wide Calf Boot For Women Edeen by Fitzwell
Buckle and rivet embellished boot made of genuine leather with side zipper and 16″ circumference.
Wide circumference womens boots Lumiani Lindsay 2
Classic looking riding boots, leather upper, fabric lining, padded footbed, 16.25″ circumference, 1″ heel.
ETIENNE AIGNER COSTA WIDE CALF
Etienne Aigner boot is perfectly casual and versatile, has full zip closure, 1 1/2 heel, and 16.50″ shaft circumference.
Wide Feet Womens Boots With Low Heels bandolino ariston
Chic and sleek Bandolino Ariston boot has classic, versatile style, with quality leather upper and elongated square toe and 16.50″ shaft circumference.

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