Best Over-the-Knee Boot for Thick Thighs

Best Over-the-Knee Boot for Thick Thighs

Finding a boot this tall that fits is hard, no matter your size. It’s either perfect at the calf, then too tight or loose on the thigh. Or they scrunch up at the ankle. My calves aren’t too big but my thighs are THICCShockingly, when I googled best over-the-boot for thick thighs, I didn’t find much. So, I’m here to help you Queen!

Autumn after Autumn, I saw people wearing these boots with dresses, faux leather leggings, etc. I finally found a pair that were perfect! Not just for thick thighs – but for all legs. Something you should consider when looking for boots is the material. Suede and velvet tend to be more stretchy.

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These are a classic, black suede and do not have a heel, making them so comfortable. At the very top, behind the thigh, you are able to adjust how tight or loose you prefer them to fit around the thigh. The suede is very durable. Once I found this pair, I did not want to stop wearing them. They still look amazing, even with all the wear I have gotten out of them. I am 5’1″ for reference and the length fit perfectly. Note: these boots are offered in standard width, wide width and extra wide width. Talk about size inclusive! Here is a similar style with a heel.


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11 responses to “Best Over-the-Knee Boot for Thick Thighs”

  1. OTK boots have been the hot shoe trend for autumn and winter the past several years, and yet I’ve still not gotten myself a pair. I can’t believe it! I need to start hunting for an affordable pair that works for me. I love that you listed these because boots really do fit differently on every body type!


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