|Heel height (cm)||5|
High BootThe women's knee-high boot starts to be seen in the Middle Ages, used only for horseback riding. Only in the latest 19th century the knee-high boot begins to become widespread, with a shape and function closer to our idea of high boot, and gradually becoming more and more feminine. However, it is only in the 1960s, thanks to the miniskirt, that the high boot gains its popularity, becoming a symbol of free and courageous femininity. Since then, the high boot has become essential in every woman's winter wardrobe. The versatile FRANK DANIEL women's boot, in smooth calfskin, best completes each everyday outfit.
CementA shoe construction in which the upper of a shoe is cemented, rather than stitched, to the sole of the shoe. Cement construction results in a lighter, more flexible shoe.
Calf NappaAs a chrome-tanned leather, nappa leather is soft and full pasty hands. The natural characteristics of the animal skin are visible as they have not been obscured by paints and coatings.