What are Bootie Pies™?
Bootie Pies are luxury, convertible pedicure boots that allow you to get pedicures in cooler temperatures without wearing flip flops or waiting hours in the salon for toes to dry. They are available in both a tall (calf-height) and low (ankle-height) version. They are covered under U.S. Utility Patent No. 7685746.

How do Bootie Pies fit?
Bootie Pies have a roomy fit for easy use and maximum comfort. If you are between sizes, ordering DOWN to the next size seems to work for most customers. 

How do Bootie Pies wear?
The more you wear Bootie Pies the more comfortable they will be. The patent leather toe is designed to mold to your feet, and, as a result, variations in the leather are to be expected. As is common with most microsuede shoes and boots, slight dye transfer may occur with darker colors during first few wears.

What are Bootie Pies made of?
Bootie Pies are made of high-quality microsuede and leather. Because of this, you may see occasional scratches, brands, scars or color variations. These are NOT flaws but characteristics of high-quality microsuede, and assure the richness and beauty that you can expect from microsuede products. 

Can I wear Bootie Pies in bad weather?
Yes! Wear Bootie Pies no matter the weather, rain or snow. However, treat Bootie Pies the same way you would any other pair of suede or leather boots. It's a good idea to waterproof them. 

Can I return Bootie Pies?
Yes, you can return (but why would you!?!) unworn Bootie Pies within 30 days in their original packaging for a full refund. Please contact us through our website or at info@bootiepies.com for a Return Authorization Number. We cannot accept returns without this. Once, you've obtained your Return Authorization Number, please send them to Bootie Pies Returns & Exchanges, 1070H Route 34 South, #117, Matawan, NJ 07747

*Note: Bootie Pies not returned in their original unaltered Bootie Pies' shoe box will be charged a $10.00 restocking fee. 

Price adjustments can be made within 7 days of purchase.


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