Frye Shirley Riding Plate

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Frye Shirley Riding Plate - The Shirley Riding Plate boot by Frye® provides an assuredly chic style for any look.
Stone washed or stone antiqued leather upper.
Pull-on design.
Features wrapped leather strap with buckle decor on boot waist.
Smooth leather lining provides a more comfortable feel.
Lightly cushioned leather footbed.
Durable leather outsole with combination rubber and leather heel for added stability.
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Circumference:15 3⁄4 in
Heel Height:1 in
Platform Height:3⁄8 in
Shaft:16 3⁄4 in
Weight:1 lb 12 oz

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Frye Shirley Riding Plate Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Do not listen to any of the negative reviews about these boot because they are absolutely gorgeous. I have them in Stone Wash and they are fabulous. The pictures online actually do them no justice at all. In person, they are a beautiful distressed grey color and after putting the weatherproofing cream, they are a tad darker and look even better. As for sizing, I find they run true, maybe a tad big. I am a true size 7 (my normal Frye size as I have the Veronica Slouch and James Lace Up) and they are perfect and not tight at all. I might put in my insoles to make them a bit more snug, but otherwise they are great. The calf is nice and tight too, but not too tight. My calf measures about 14" around, and these fit like a glove almost, so word to ladies with larger calves to avail of Zappos' free returns in case these are too tight. Also, I am 5'2" and these boots just hit below my knees, which looks great with skinny jeans and dresses. The shaft is a similar height to that of Hunter's tall boots if that helps. Overall I am extremely satisfied and these are definitely worth the high price tag.
Ray - customer at on 07/21/2013
PERFECT flat riding boot! I was looking for just the right flat riding boot for about a year. Well, this is it! I chose the hammered full grain leather - expensive, but worth it. I get a lot of compliments. I love that it's a slip on. No zippers or closures. The shape of the shaft is perfect: a little bit of a straighter shape. The straps around the ankle are a perfect touch. They are a perfect blend of sophisticated polish, and downtown cool. Perfect for any and all occasions! I am usually a size 6.5, and reading a couple of other reviews, I thought I would have to size up, which I did. I ordered a size 7, and it was too big. I exchanged for a 6.5, and it's perfect. Roomy enough for thick socks too.
Anonymous - customer at on 01/09/2013
I just got mine and I love them! I got the cognac color, it looks a little darker in person but I almost like it better than the picture. The size fits perfectly. For people who have had trouble getting their foot past the heel; a woman at a shoe store told me when you first get a boot like this you need to use a plastic bag to slip your foot in initially, and that you should wear them around the house for a bit to wear them in. It worked great for me!
Anonymous - customer at on 09/19/2012
So I ordered these very excited; however, was a little disappointed when they arrived. They are stone washed leather, but to me, just appeared too used and old. I am a big fan of Frye boots, but these looked like I had already been working in the stables in them for years. Not the look I was really going for. Sadly they will go back and the search will continue.
Anonymous - customer at on 08/07/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Getting your foot into the boot has to do with two things: 1) how high your arch is---mine is quite high and hits the top of the boot way before the heel can slide in; 2) how open your ankle joint is---if you can flatten out the top of your foot in line with your shin hinging the joint fully open you have a better shot at getting in. If you have high arches and/or feet that don't point sharply (open ankle joints) this isn't the boot for you. In fact, most pull on boots with a slim-to-the-ankle fit will not make it over your foot. Bodies are built in all kinds of ways---not every boot is for every body.
Anonymous - customer at on 12/07/2012