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> I ordered the Tedinhos in a Size Women's 11 US (42 EU)
EDIT/Edit: I think a quick word switch here would make this read better. Also, "Size" and "Women's" are not proper nouns and can be lower case:
"I ordered the Tedinhos in a women's size 11 US (42 EU)..."
> I would assume that the red loop signifies the outside of the
> right and left boot respectively but if
> it doesn't, it adds interest to the boots anyway.
Edit: This sentence includes two independent clauses that need a stronger break than a comma (between "doesn't" and "it adds"). A semicolon or an em-dash would do it:
"...but it doesn't; it adds interest..."
"...but it doesn't---it adds interest..."
> a strip of a patterned-webbing sewn down the middle of each tongue.
EDIT: You don't need a hyphen between "patterned" and "webbing" here.
> Seams aren't featured until the beginning of the mid-foot area. Those
Edit/Comment: I wasn't sure what you meant by "featured" so I wondered if "visible" was a better word choice?