1. maggie says:

    I have a similar pair of Corso Como boots (last year’s Racine, found on Rue La La) and they are my. favorite. boots. ever.
    They’re comfortable for walking all day, but they’re also real leather,and well-made for the price. Most corso como boots have a hidden stretch panel in the back that runs up the whole back of the boot shaft, but it’s hidden under panels of leather, so they can be a good option for ladies of all calf-shapes.

    November 20, 2013/Reply
  2. Erica says:

    I can actually vouch for these Corso Como boots – just picked up a pair from DSW a few weeks ago. They’re made with quality leather and are very comfy – totally worth it!

    November 20, 2013/Reply
  3. Meghan says:

    Third vote for the Corso Como boots. I have them too, and they are amazingly comfortable. I’ve had other pairs of Corso Como shoes and they last forever!

    November 20, 2013/Reply
  4. Sarah says:

    I LOVE my Corso Como boots. I have two pairs including the ones above. They are comfy, stylish and durable. They must be coated in something because when they get wet the water evaporates almost immediately. There is no need to spend several hundred dollars on boots when you can get quality leather ones for $100 or less.

    November 25, 2013/Reply