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Having big calves isn’t the end of the world – it just means you’re strong in the legs, and that’s good for so many things, like doing weighted squats or having acrobatic sex. But wearing boots can often be an issue, if you don’t know exactly what to look for. If you try to squeeze your big calves into something tight and unforgiving, you’ll just be uncomfortable. Every time you step foot in those boots, you will hate your calves, and not the manufacturer. But really, your calves aren’t the bad guy here, it’s the boots. So, you’re going to want to look for a couple styles to give you the best payoff.

The first is an ankle boot that cuts just above the ankle. With these styles, aim for a bit (or a lot) of heel, because that will give your leg extension. Extension is good, because it creates the illusion of a longer leg, leaving less emphasis on what you perceive to be your elephant-sized calves. Mid-length boots aren’t your friend here, because they’ll cut your calf in half, and then that’s where the focus will be. You’ll also appear squat, because the boots aren’t creating length at all.

The other option you should look out for is a tall, above-the-knee boot with a wide calf. But if you can’t find any made-to-be-roomy options, a boot with stretch will do the trick. We’ve found 17 options that are going to look so good, you’ll forget you were ever concerned about your beautiful, sexy calves.

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