Frye Carson Tab Short

Priced: $348.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
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Frye Carson Tab Short - Enliven your Western spirit with the masterfully crafted Carson Tab Short by Frye®. Its seamless design and rich leather creates the perfect balance of traditional and modern style.
Full-grain leather upper with a soft, antique finish.
Relaxed shaft with smooth leather lining allows for a more comfortable feel.
Slight scoop at collar for an easy, relaxed fit.
Reverse tabs create a smooth, seamless look.
Lightly cushioned leather footbed for all-day comfort.
Split heel provides better traction and stability.
Durable leather outsole offers long-lasting durability.
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Circumference:13 in
Heel Height:1 1⁄2 in
Shaft:8 in
Weight:15 oz

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Frye Carson Tab Short Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The Carson Tab Shortie are killer looking boots! They are made from gorgeous leather, very rich and typical great Frye quality. The fit is very nice; they do run half a size large, just like my other seven pairs of Fryes! I purchased these to go with skinny jeans, and leggings. When I put them on, I loved how they looked; a bit wide at the opening, which gives them that uber cool casually hip look. But, the one and only minor drawback in my opinion is that the inside of the boot (which is a natural colored light tan leather) really is noticeable when they are on. It is a contrast that could have been avoided had they made the inside black as well!
Anna - customer at on 09/05/2012
Frye boots are always a great fit. This is my first pair of Carsons but I own Jane and Deborah from Frye. I got these in the dark brown which is very dark but pretty. They work well with jeans and a leather jacket, not too butch but with some attitude. I like Frye because they use leather for their soles instead of man made materials so when I walk, I feel like I have a decent boot on and not slippers. They are easy to pull off and on being leather lined. My foot tends toward wide but these are perfectly comfortable.
Anonymous - customer at on 11/07/2012
Love these! Great leather and super comfortable. Plus it's a color that goes with everything. I also bought these in grey. I may be addicted to Frye boots. (I always go a 1/2 size down with Frye.)
Anonymous - customer at on 01/10/2013
I love these. Have bought and returned so many black boots till these. Since I'm 5 feet tall, most looked awkward, too tall, etc, but these are perfect.
Anonymous - customer at on 10/04/2013

Neutral Reviews:

I wanted to love these, they do look cute, image with a pair of leggings and a cute dress, they are a good looking ankle boot, the cognac vintage brown is gorgeous and this isn't my first rodeo with a pair of Fryes so I know the comfort and quality etc. they are worth the price. It seems however that Frye has changed the heel on their recently produced boots, the heel that is floor facing appears to nos be made up of two types of materials, the bottom of the herl , (the part that tends to wear doen whdn you over pronate) is made up of a hard durable type material, however the other half of the heel (the inside) seems to be made up of a harder type leather or wood but is much softer than the other part of the geek so it tends to "squish" and feels very strange, almost a sinking type feeling on the inside of the heel, I've tried wearing them a few times to see if its just me, because I love the boot, but alas, it seems to be a defect on the way they are making these new boots. I guess if I really loved them, I could take them to the shoe guy to put a new heel on, but for paying this kind of money at the start I shouldn't have to do that.
Sonya - customer at on 11/26/2012