Fall is my favorite fashion season. Tights and boots! Sweater dresses! Cute jackets! So much to like!
The older I get, the more I value comfort and durability, especially when I don’t have to sacrifice style. So I was really excited to check out some women’s comfortable boots from Jambu! Jambu was founded in 2010 with the mission to create outdoor-inspired shoes with on-trend fashion elements.
Specifically, Jambu provided me with a pair of the Swenson knee-high riding boots in brown to try for myself. I’m wearing a half size up from my normal shoe size and they fit well.
The knee-high boots are made from a combo of leather, neoprene and brushed vegan upper with a partially recycled rubber All-Terra outsole. They have Jambu’s super comfortable signature memory foam footbed*, which makes it easy to walk around in them all day. The heel is 2 3/4″, and the calf circumference is 13.6″, with an elastic panel so they’ll fit any calf width.
* I don’t need to add my own Dr Scholls insoles like I typically do.
Plus they are pretty cute. In my opinion.
Dress from LeTote
Shell/top from LeTote
Dress from LeTote
Style encompasses Jambu’s premium looks, the trendy looks of JBU (Just Be You), and the sporty, casual looks of Jsport. Some designs are constructed of only the finest soft, supple leather; others are vegan and use no animal products. Enhanced further by the use of environmentally friendly, recycled materials, Jambu & Co., like you, is conscious of the environment and protecting the planet. They hope to encourage you to reach higher heights, dig deeper into your self, and explore further to achieve the ultimate in adventures. Whether you’re hitting the trails for an outdoor adventure, or simply making a neighborhood excursion to the market, these are the shoes that will get you there in the perfect style and comfort that is our trademark.
Jambu shoes are carried at many stores in the Chicago area, and their website is currently offering a sale on many great fall styles. AND, you can save 10% with code magmilejambu. (Good through November 25th.)
Jambu provided me with a pair of boots in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.