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Effortless chic boots with a great mix of leather and suede. Let the Italian leather comfort your feet. Easy to wear with the laces at the front and zip at the side.
Runs small to size on average
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What our customers say about the size and fit of this product
60% of all customers who have purchased the Hatter range advise they run small to size. As a result, most customers take a size up from their normal size within our products.
Outer sole measurement of the product
As the measurements provided are the outer sole dimensions, we recommend subtracting approximately 0.5 cm from the length and width to obtain the best size for you.
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Love them. My second pair. So comfortable. Perfect fit even though I have a couple of bent toes
The basic anatomy of a limpet consists of the usual molluscan organs and systems:
A nervous system centered around the paired cerebral, pedal, and pleural sets of ganglia. These ganglia create a ring around the limpet's esophagus called a circumesophageal nerve ring or nerve collar. Other nerves in the head/ snout are the optic nerves which connect to the two eye spots located at the base of the cerebral tentacles (these eyespots, when present, are only able to sense light and darkness and do not provide any imagery), as well as the labial and buccal ganglia which are associated with feeding and controlling the animal's odontophore, the muscular cushion used to support the limpet's radula (a kind of tongue) that scrapes algae off the surrounding rock for nutrition. Behind these ganglia lie the pedal nerve cords which control the movement of the foot, and the visceral ganglion which in limpets has been torted during the course of evolution. This means, among other things, that the limpet's left osphradium and oshradial ganglion (an ***** believed used to sense the time to produce gametes) is controlled by its right pleural ganglion and vice versa.
For most limpets, the circulatory system is based around a single triangular three-chambered heart consisting of an atrium, a ventricle, and a bulbous aorta. Blood enters the atrium via the circumpallial vein (after being oxygenated by the ring of gills located around the edge of the shell) and through a series of small vesicles that deliver more oxygenated blood from the nuchal cavity (the area above the head and neck). Many limpets still retain a ctenidium (sometimes two) in this nuchal chamber instead of the circumpallial gills as a means for exchanging oxygen and carbon dioxide with the surrounding water or air (many limpets can breathe air during periods of low tide, but those limpet species which never leave the water do not have this ability and will suffocate if deprived of water). Blood moves from the atrium into the ventricle and into the aorta where it is then pumped out to the various lacunar blood spaces / sinuses in the hemocoel. The odontophore may play a large role in assisting with blood circulation as well.
The two kidneys are very different in size and location. This is a result of torsion. The left kidney is diminutive and in most limpets is barely functional. The right kidney, however, has taken over the majority of blood filtration and often extends over and around the entire mantle of the animal in a thin, almost-invisible layer.
Purchase and delivery easy peasy and these boots are so so comfy and smart . Love them ❤️
I love the design of embassy Boots. I own three pairs. This is my latest purchase. They are very stylish, well made and great value for money
It was great, have a few pairs of embassy shoes/boots, live them all, but have actually been stopped in street to be asked where I got this pair.
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