Closeouts. Chaco's Arbora boots are the sturdy, dependable boots you love having next to your back door; they're ready for anything with a heavy-duty Vibram® Ictrek Nurl outsole and a super-thick, warm boiled wool shaft.
Reviewed by Mehego from Buchanan, Michigan on Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Been searching for boots that are TRULY waterproof and have not had much luck. Saw these on Sierra Trading Post and with an extra 40% off online coupon, I figured they were worth the try. Boots arrived and fit perfectly right out of the box (true to my size: 7.5, with a little room for thicker socks if necessary). More arch support than I've had in any other boot. Hoping these last me a long, long time because I LOVE them!
Reviewed by Boot lover from New York, NY on Monday, December 17, 2012
These are very comfortable boots. The insole shapes to my foot and doesn't seem to pick up odors. These are easy to pull on, probably because they are on the shorter side. Great boots that I hope will last a long time. My UGGS have definitely not lasted.
The only negative is that these are not quite as warm as my uggs.
Reviewed by Saki from Cali. on Wednesday, December 05, 2012
These boots are so cute and comfy! I ordered my size and they fit perfect. They look just a bit bulky but not a big deal especially if wearing them with jeans. The only thing I don't like about them is that they squeak when walking in any kind of surface other than carpet. Not a deal breaker just a bit annoying however the deal I got through Sierra makes them worth it!
Reviewed by Suzy Psych RN from Olympia, WA on Wednesday, December 05, 2012
I originally purchased these for the way they look but they immediately became my favorite outdoor boots. We live on a farm and walk in the woods, through water, snow, mud frequently; they still look like brand new after two weeks of daily and fairly heavy wear. They were comfortable right out of the box and I love them! I did wear them to work one day and while I was concerned they would be too warm - they weren't! Great Buy!