Freebird Charlie

Priced: $175.99 - $195.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
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Freebird Charlie - The Freebird™ Charlie will be the perfect finish for a rugged look.
Made of distressed leather.
Lace-up closure.
Round toe.
Top-stitch accent.
Leather lining.
Lightly cushioned leather footbed.
Stacked heel.
Leather sole.
Made in Mexico.
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Heel Height:1 1⁄4 in
Platform Height:1⁄2 in
Shaft:7 in
Weight:1 lb 5 oz

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Freebird Charlie Reviews:


Got these in the mail 3 days ago and I am in love. At first I was hesitant to spend this much on a pair of shoes but once I got them and walked around for a day I was sold. I ordered a size 10 which is what I normally wear and they fit perfectly. While it's true they don't really have any arch support I felt no discomfort walking around in them for 2 days straight. They definitely do not have a "cowboy" look to them at all. They look like combat boots which is exactly what I wanted. I almost purchased a pair of Doc Martens but I feel like everyone and their mother owns a pair of those and I'm not a big fan of how glossy they look. These have a distressed look to them which I love. The quality of the boots is excellent and I know they will last a very long time. Worth the money!
Anonymous - customer at on 01/24/2014
These are seriously over-priced for what they are, but I fell in love with the look and couldn't resist. I normally wear a 9 1/2 or 10, and these 10s are very comfortable in the sizing. No arch support and the leather footbed is not lightly cushioned - it's very hard, but I wore them for a full day right out of the box without a problem. My biggest complaint is that although there is some tread on the front part, the heel is very smooth and it makes them overall pretty slippery, especially to wear in the winter. The toe is also a little more pointy than I expected, giving the boot more of a 'cowboy' look than an 'engineer' look (I'm used to wearing Docs). I would give them more stars if they were about priced less.
Anonymous - customer at on 01/21/2014