The boots are used fashionably smart casual clothes alike. You can wear boots over a pair of jeans or under a floor. However, the boots should flatter your legs, extending to the proper height of your calf. If you have a pair of boots that are too short, you can extend the rod with some modifications.


Measure the diameter at the top of the boot. Wrap a measuring tape around the opening of the cane and record the diameter, rounded to the nearest quarter inch (6.3 mm).

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Choose a piece of fabric similar in texture and color to the fabric of the boot, if you want the top of the boot to mix with the rest of the boot. Alternatively, choose a different color or texture (skin, for example) to give dimension and contrast to the boot.

Measure the fabric using the measurements recorded and the desired height you want to add to the boot. For example, if the diameter of the boot measured 10 inches (25.4 cm), measuring 10 inches (25.4 cm), add 1/4 inch (6.3 mm) (for the seam) and this measurement mark with chalk on the fabric with a line. On each side of this line, measured many inches as you want to add to the boot and draw lines. However, draw lines angled slightly outward (rather than perpendicular) to accommodate wider calves. Connect these lines with a line parallel to the first line drawn. Now you should see a trapezoidal shape. Cut this piece of cloth.

Hold the fabric so that the shorter side facing down. Place the tissue within the opening of the boot so that the two plies overlap slightly. Hook the fabric all around to hold the boot. Sew the fabric to the boot with matching thread. Then sew the fabric vertical opening. First, fixing the ends of the fabric together so that a narrow seam (about 1/8 inch (3.1 mm)) faces the inside of the boot. Sew the seam.