Information about Acorn Aussie Short Boots - Sheepskin (For Men)
Closeouts. Can't shake the winter blues? Try sliding into Acorn's Aussie short boots, a surefire way to chase away chills and ward off wintry winds. A natural thermal regulator, sheepskin is cool in summer and warm when temperatures drop. Perfect for apres ski, too!
Authentic Australian sheepskin
Double-face sheepskin upper with butted seams and darker inlays at the toe and heel
Reviewed by Jessica Peckham from Los Angeles on Friday, December 13, 2013
I bought a pair of Acorn boots back in 1996 when I was pregnant with my son. Fast forward to 2008/09 and I was still wearing them. I broke down and purchased a pair of Uggs to replace them as the inside was finally getting so "patted down" that they were big and had to wear socks. Within 6 months of buying my Uggs the ankle ripped while I was pulling them on. Mind you I wasn't tugging hard or anything. Now on my Uggs the side is completely blown out. Like not even attached to the bottom anymore. Go with the Acorns for sure! I'm going to get a new pair as soon as possible! Much better quality!
Reviewed by 4-chin fancier from New Hampshire on Thursday, November 14, 2013
Have had Acorn shearling slippers for a year and they have performed well but are too low for a New Hampshire snowy morning when the pups need their first walk. These boots will be tall, warm slippers for those challenging mornings and will allow for all day use. Fit is true and easy to pull on. Soles are thick enough to provide water protection. Excellent value when compared to most other brands.
Reviewed by Naldo from Albuquerque on Thursday, November 07, 2013
I love these boots. Bought size 11 hoping to get it right. My left foot is smaller and so it slips a little but I don't care. That is without socks. They are for around the house and short trips outside. Plus, there is plenty of room to wear socks with them. Construction is good quality and the sheepskin goes throughout the boot all the way to the end of your toes. Super comfortable and warm. I never had any kind of a shoe/boot like this until last year when I bought some women's boots similar to these, size 12, at Payless shoes or somewhere which were ok but you get what you pay for and I am so happy I found these and glad to pay a decent price for a good product.
Reviewed by Wobbely from NY on Monday, February 11, 2013
just treated myself to a second pair since there was a good sale. My first pair survived hurricane Sandy. In fact aside from a Croc it's my only shoes that survived but they're looking a tad defeated what with all the clean up and digging out.