Gogo boots 60s

Gogo boots 60s

Gogo Boots

Gogo Boots took off years ago, but now they’re almost impossible to find. We’ve curated a list of where to find them today, including stores that are still in business.


Go-go boots are a low-heeled style of women's fashion boot first introduced in the mid-1960s. The original go-go boots, as defined by André Courrèges in 1964, were white, low-heeled, and mid-calf in height,

Ellie Shoes E-Gogo 70s Go Go Boots 1031 Shoes E-GoGo Boots are stretch material with approximately 3 Inch Block Heels.


Pleaser GOGO-307, 70s Womens Boots Approximately 3 Inch (7.50cm) Block Heel GoGo Stretch Mesh Boots, Stretch Patent, Front Zip Closure (Source: www.funkypair.com White GOGO Boots For Women Funtasma GoGo-303 Approximately 3 Inch (7.50cm) Block Heel GoGo Boots, Stretch Patent, With Transparent Stripe On the Outer Side, Full-Length Inside Zip Closure (Source:www.funkypair.com wWhite Women's Disco Short Go Go Boots s Funtasma GoGo-150 Approximately 3 Inch Block Heel, Gogo Ankle Boots, Full Inner Side Zipper (Source:ww.funkypair.com)))

Funtasma | Wide Calf GoGo Boots GoGo-300WC Approximately 3 Inch Block Heel Wide Calf Boots, Full Inner Side Zipper

Our lower heels are made by stacking layers of leather together, one at a time, then shaping and molding them individually. This has been the traditional method of heel construction for centuries, and we believe it is a sign of true quality and craftsmanship. It is now only done in handmade footwear, honoring the craft of the Cobbler. (Source: www.bedstu.com)

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