Wedge Boots For Women
Originally designed as orthopaedic footwear, wedge boots for women are now a popular fashion footwear choice who want to accentuate their height, but also want stability and comfort.
Difference styles of wedge boots for women
From flat style to high heels, the ankle boot is a popular style of women's footwear that finishes just above the ankle.
Longer than ankle boots, mid calf wedge boots provide additional coverage and protection to the shins and calves.
Perfect for seasonal wear, the practical knee high boot is available with wedge heels and with or without a platform sole. Knee high boots usually have a zip opening, but some styles can be pulled on.
Ultra longline boots extend beyond the knee to provide extra coverage.
Women's wedge boots that have a thick, chunky sole are known as platform wedges.
The difference between wedges, platforms and flatforms
Wedges are solid triangular heels that attach in one piece to the sole.
Platforms are shoes that have a combined stacked heel and sole. They elevate the wearer and accentuate the length of the legs.
Flatforms are a cross between flats and a platform wedge.
Style variations of wedge boots for women
Wedge ankle boots are available with low heel - (0.5-1.5 in), mid heel (1.5-3 in) and high heel (2-4.5i n).
Wedge knee high boots are available with low heel - (0.5-1.5 in), mid heel (1.5-3 in) and flat (less than 0.5 in).
Boots that extend over the knee also boast a higher heel. This style of boot has standard heel options and a very high heel of more than 4.5 in.
Women's wedge heeled mid calf boots are available in zip, pull on and lace up styles.