Friday, November 16, 2007

My Review of Le Voodoo 1914

Originally submitted at

Youll be mesmerized by the cool Le Voodoo 1914 lace-up boot from Dr. Martens. The signature Dr. Martens style is enhanced with laser cut-outs and hand-stitched embroidery details. Welted construction and a welted PVC sole add durability and traction. Product features include: Leather upper, Laser c...

Zombie Stompers and Comfy to Boot

By Holly Bee from Kalamazoo, MI on 11/16/2007


5out of 5

Sizing: Feels true to size

Width: Feels true to width

Pros: Durable, Unique, Stable, Zombie rockin, Sassy, Comfortable, Cute, Kicky

Best Uses: Casual Wear

Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented

I wanted a pair of comfy, last forever, and yet fun boots. Just look what that sassy Dr. Marten had to offer.

How can a girl go wrong with red lace up boots with curly cue swirls and little skulls on them? You can't.

When worn with jeans, they look like cute chunky shoes, all the skulls are on the upper portion of the boot.

*Please note, these are boots and fit like boots. They have a wider foot base than you may be used to wearing. I didn't mark that they fit a 1/2 size bigger because I thought they fit "bootlike" rather than a full 1/2 size bigger.

I tried on my regular shoe size in a similar style and was happy with the fit when I got the boot.



Holly Bee said...

yes, i am a dork...but i could get $100 gift certificate for more freaking shoes...

yarn whore, shoe whore, it's a thing

Kristina B said...

Yay - I love these! Good review...

Do you think you're dorkier than me? Good luck with the shoe credit...

They remind me of Fluevogs. What size do you wear? If an 8, never invite me to your house as they will probably take a walk back to Toronto ... with me.

Holly Bee said...

No, totally not an 8. Nope. Not an an 8.

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