Frye Paige Tall Riding

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Frye Paige Tall Riding - Please note that some of Frye's unique leathers include a high content of natural waxes that may rise to the surface due to a change in temperature - this misty coating can be easily removed with a soft, dry cloth.
The Paige Tall Riding boot from Frye® is a sleek, riding-inspired boot that offers incredible style and comfort.
Easy slip-on design.
Upper made of various leathers. Color name includes leather type.
Smooth leather lining for a more comfortable fit.
Cushioned leather footbed for all day comfort.
Round toe.
Leather outsole with split rubber heel for added traction.
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Take a second look at riding boots with the Paige Tall Riding boot from Frye. This slip-on boot has a leather upper with leather overlays on the shaft for an interesting look, while a V cut at the back offers easy entry and a roomier fit for a variety of calf sizes. The leather sole offers quality and traction, while the leather lining and Poron cushioned footbed deliver all-day comfort.
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Circumference:16 in
Heel Height:3⁄4 in
Shaft:16 in
Weight:1 lb 4.2 oz
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Frye Paige Tall Riding Reviews:


I bought these January 2010 and had a love-hate-love relationship with them. I'm 5' tall, 120 lbs, with a 14.5" calf at the largest point. I usually wear a size 4 or 6 in clothes and a 6.5 or 7 shoe. I bought them in a 6.5 in black and they were beautiful from the start. The leather is like butter, there was absolutely no breaking in period and I loved them. But after a while I felt like they were too tall for my frame, they came right under my knees, and then the extra pieces of leather started to flare out making my legs look wider than they actually are. I took them to my shoe guy and he sewed the outer flaps down on the sides which definitely helped, but it didn't solve the problem of the shaft being too tall for me. Plus, I found I couldn't wear them with skinny jeans; I could only wear them over leggings or with tights & a skirt. Being so petite, I could only wear them with a relatively short skirt or else the proportions were all wrong. For the price I really wanted something I could use all the time. So began the hate part (sigh). Now it's November 2010 and I'm back to loving them. The leather has softened even more so they slouch just enough to bring the shaft down about an inch or 2 which is perfect for me. Plus, I can wear them for 13 hours straight without a problem. People have reported the soles are thin and they are, compared to my Campus 14G lug sole boots, but they've held up really well. Overall, I'm happy I kept them.
Grace E - customer at on 11/12/2010
I absolutely love these boots. I've had so much trouble finding boots that fit me because I have really wide athletic calves (17 inches around the widest part). I'd basically given up on finding tall boots that fit, but fell in love with these ones and figured I'd give them a shot (I heart Zappos shipping policy). I could actually get them on! They are a little big snug with my skinny jeans, but I'm assuming that the leather will stretch a tad as I wear them in. And with leggings or tights they feel just great. I'm normally a size 10, and my feet slip around a little, particularly in the heel area. I'm not sure it's a full half-size larger (I think the 9.5 might be too small for me), but it's definitely roomier than other Frye boots I've tried on. I bought them in Tan, although I was also really tempted by the Grey color. The tan is beautiful; it's sort of rustic looking and very unique. The color is lighter than most boots I've seen, though not quite as light as it looks in the photo. Fantastic boots, I'd definitely recommend them. If you have more slender calves (lucky!) though, you might be swimming in them a little.
Megan W - customer at on 11/28/2010
I love these boots. Just be aware that the shaft circumference varies by size. One site says 14 3/4" on a size 6, Zappos says 16" on size 7, and my size 9's are a full 17". This is normally too big for me, but this style is so casual, I don't think it looks as bad as a 'too big' dress boot, if that makes sense. I wear a size 9 in everything, and these are a smidge loose, but I didn't go down a size due to no zipper on these boots.
Susan C - customer at on 12/08/2011
These boots are amazing! Here are my stats: I'm 5'6 , wear size 8, and my calf has a 15.5" circumference. It's usually so frustrating to find boots that fit, as I have to go up a size and then it's too big in the foot. Hunter boots? Forget about it. So I was so excited when I found these. They're perfect. I can wear them with skinny jeans and they don't bulk up. They can be stiff at first, but get very comfortable quickly. Hope this helps!
Anonymous - customer at on 10/03/2011
Very nice boot. Slim looking, beautiful leather, and a comfortable heel height. A little taller than the equally lovely Melissa Button (which created a boot muffin top on me). Paige was muffin top-free.
Anonymous - customer at on 12/28/2011