About CK Jeans Trent Boots (For Men)
Closeouts. Edgy, but refined, thanks to the designers at CK Jeans -- Trent boots arrive on the scene with a combination coated cotton/leather upper, accented with a lace-up front and rugged traction outsole.
Specs about CK Jeans Trent Boots (For Men)
- Upper: Coated cotton cutout side panels and tumbled leather
- Lining: Textile
- Outsole: Rubber
- Height: 8"
- Weight (pair): 2 lb. 12 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 4-Star Review
Reviewed by Ben from Minnesota on Wednesday, February 12, 2014I like the looks of this boot a lot. It's classy enough to go with a pair of dress pants, but looks equally good dressing up a pair of jeans. Just be aware that this runs noticeably large. I usually wear a 10.5, but the 10.5 I got in these only works with really thick socks, so it's great during the winter when I'm wearing two pairs of wool socks, but is going to require some extra thick hiking socks if I want to wear it the rest of the year.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by benana from San Marcos, Tx on Tuesday, January 29, 2013I got these boots because I was going on a trip to NYC. They looked great and were priced really well. They were the most comfortable shoes I brought along with me. Walking all day in them and my feet still felt great. I feel they do run a size in half too big I orded a 9.5 but when I got them it was quite noticeable. So I sent them back and got a 9 and that worked out perfectly. I have had them for almost a month now and they still look great. I get complements on them all them time. I really don't have anything negative to say about them, its a great product.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by the shoe guy from NYC on Thursday, January 24, 2013I was unfortunatley disappointed with these boots and wound up returning them. Even in the shipment they bwcame worn in several places and whem.i went to try them on ibwas swimming in them. They look great so if you can buy at least a half size smaller then you are used to and wear thick socks for some padding you would be better off.