Here is my review on not just a brown boot but Yeswalker as company as well. So I've ordered overseas before, and I already know what you see is what you get a lot of times. Or that the price can often reflect the quality of the product but there is often that one company that just pushes the limits of what is tolerable and what is just plain unacceptable. Feel free to skip straight to the shoe review if you don't want to read this otherwise feel free to read the rest of this. Anyway, I'm not one for bashing companies but here's my honest opinion: I placed my order for the shoes according to paypal November 31st, but in Yeswalker's system December 1st. That is basically almost 23-24 days in advance of Christmas/Christmas eve, the cut off date for free standard shipping to the US on time for Christmas was December 7th, so my order was way ahead of the game and the payment was instantly processed. I even added gift wrapping for the heck of it, so after I placed my order I didn't think much about it until it neared the cut off date for shipments to be on time and my order has been sitting in the ready to ship format for days past it. I exchanged emails with Yeswalker and they only gave generic responses such as oh items usually ship 1-2 business days after payment. My order FINALLY shipped December 14th, the dispute came up with them blaming it on the US post office for my items not shipping on time when they hadn't even released the package to the post office in HongKong until on the 14th, it'd take time for it to even reach the US post office's territory so how could it be my post office's fault if the time between Dec 1st-Dec 14th the item was in their hands. Basically they wouldn't take the blame for it, the annoying part? My items were said to be in stock but weren't and there were no delays they even had the audacity to tell me I wasn't entitled for a refund...Well here is my little rant don't put things like ship schedule dates if you can't keep them when it's clearly your fault. And if you can't keep them and won't even make up for that, well that's very lousy as a company. I didn't just pay extra for Christmas gift wrapping to have it delayed, not only that you make a big fuss over me giving specific instructions on how I'd like it done even though you have a box that tells you to type instructions in. But when I get the box you separated my packages into TWO different packages which means you could had suited my needs but didn't want to...when I received the package I thought that maybe things would be ok but I was wrong again the blue boots were cheap material for the price and although the design was good the material and knowing how much I paid for it ticked me off as well as the customer service with this company.
Blue boots: http://www.yeswalker.com/buckled-boots/info.html/pid.1031061764#CustomerReview
Brown boots: http://www.yeswalker.com/wingtip-tall-boots/info.html/pid.1031026981
As for the brown boots? They were gorgeous my mom loved them...that was until she stuck her foot inside of the boot. Her foot got stuck by a sharp nail impaled up into the sole of the shoe. The worst part is that you can't see the nail because it is so far up into the shoe but if you put your foot into it or your hand in carefully you can most definitely feel it. Turning the shoe over the nail is not viewable either so it's literally inside of the sole of the shoe and the only way to take a photo is by using the flash on a phone and carefully angling it to take a photo. The kicker is that the shoe's brand is Yeswalker while my blue shoes are by a Chinese brand called So Central. Now I've contacted Yeswalker over the issue and etc, but from my entire experience with this company I will never ever use their services again not even for the buy one get one free with free shipping and I am not impressed with their shoes. Mostly because 1. I paid quite a bit for cheap quality and 2. I've paid 11.73 for a pair of really nice shoes from taobao and the quality was of a 70.00 shoes and the lining was even decent.
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