Go-Go boots were originally created in the 1960s
with the intention that they should be used for wearing
while dancing. The term is said to have originated from
ges, who made a white, low-heeled boot, rising a bit above
the ankles. The term is often used to define all types of
fashion boots for women, especially the knee-high type with
a high heel.
Go-Go boots are
often associated with Nancy Sinatra.
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