Enzo Jumper Girls Boot Review


They want to dress like us.  They want to wear skinnies and boots.  But they also want to look good and be comfortable enough to do cartwheels at recess.  Who am I talking about?  Our girls.

We received the Enzo Jumper boot for my oldest fashionista to review.  These are a gorgeous pair of riding boots that you can change the shaft to suit your mood or outfit.  My daughter goes crazy for leopard print and in moderation I allow her to wear a bit here and there.  The upper on the Jumper boot is the perfect amount for my 2nd grader without it seeming too adult for her age.

The solid black upper makes this a classic pair of riding boots that will never go out of style.  The quality of craftsmanship in the Enzo boot assures me that I will be able to pass these down so that even my tiniest girl will get wear out of them.

The short boot underneath can also be worn with a pair of jeans when you aren’t in the mood for a riding boot but still want a nice black boot showing.  The elastic makes then very comfortable and as you can see the heel is a perfect height for the elementary crowd.

My daughter had no problem switching out the shafts.  Thanks to the back zipper these riding boots are easily slipped on and off.  Thanks to Enzo for including the 2nd shaft it is like you have 3 pair of boots for the price of 1!

The Enzo Jumper boot also has a glitter option.  These would be my 5 year old’s dream!  Some girls are just born with glitter in their veins and if you have one in your home these are the boots for her!  On sale at Zappos.com for $62.99 and you still have time to order them before Christmas!

*Jessie received the above product(s), free of charge, to facilitate this review. All opinions are those of reviewer only.


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In addition to contributing to Eighty MPH Mom, Jessie is the author of The Lucas Zoo blog. She has three beautiful daughters under the age of 6, and four "fur-babies". Jessie is passionate about her family, and also photography. You will rarely find her without a camera attached! Find Jessie on Twitter @thelucaszoo.

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