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So the other day I went to the mall and ran into the Aldo shoes shelf and remembered that I was going to post my experience with a pair of Aldo boots I bought once.
So I bought these boots about 2 years ago, the right boot started cracking at the side after about 4 uses.
I bought them on Asos and they gave me the money back and even paid to have me return them the boots (great customer service).
Below are some pics. Mind you, any boots will look like this after a lot of wear, but these ones I wore them 4 or 5 times. I would not recommend Aldo at all, even if you bought Aldo on discount, it's probably not worth it.
I used to stop into the Aldo store if I was in the mall because they had certain styles I liked. Glad I never got a pair after reading this. I wear a size 11 or 12 depending on the brand. Whenever I’d try on Aldo shoes I wouldn’t even be able to get my foot inside the shoe. I don’t understand how they come up with their sizes.
@EnigmaticPsycho yeah, after these boots I no longer bother with big brands, I buy boots and shoes from small boutiques that sell made-in-the-country stuff, better quality and better prices.
NoStringsAttached wrote: Did you insert shoe lifts in those?
I have a pair of Also Chelsea boots that still look good to this day. Me and my brother wore them all of last year.
You probably bought a bad pair or it's just bad luck.
I did insert shoe lifts in them as I do with all my boots and high top sneakers and never had a problem with anything except with these.
To be honest, after all I've read on the internet about Aldo shoes I'd say it was you who got lucky.
This guy posted his Aldo boots on reddit, only 2 years of use and they look like shit
started off bit uncomfortable but now pretty comfortable, makes me look 1.5 inches taller too lol
what lifts u guys recommend?
You can't wear lifts effectively with shoes that low because the lift raises your heel a decent amount. You don't want to have your shoe slip off or for it to LOOK like you're wearing lifts.
Hight top sneakers and longer boots are best.
As for lifts, type shoe lifts in Amazon. They have a vast selection. Just be aware, the more inches you give yourself, the less comfortable and the more likely that you can sprain your ankle. So don't go overboard.
If I'd ever buy expensive boots, i would go with Thursday Boot Company. Their boots look very well made and they also have a select few of Chelsea Boots and Chukka (Similar Style) Boots that look great.
I've never worn boots with a smooth top and not been able to avoid creasing them. I think even with the crease they look better than the stitched top boots. You would need suede or stitched top to avoid creasing
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