Closeouts. Heat up your winter nights or apres-ski outings in Columbia Sportswear's Heather Canyon snow boots. 200g Omni-Heat® insulation, faux-fur trim and lace-up style make these boots both fashionable and functional.
Reviewed by Boston Mom from Massachusetts on Sunday, December 14, 2014
Bought the boots for my daughter. Fit true to size and kept her feet warm in the snow and rain. Plus she said they are comfortable to wear. Color was a little lighter than I expected from the photo (more gray than black).
Reviewed by Knotti girl from Aspen, Colorado on Friday, February 07, 2014
These boots are true to size, lightweight, fit well and are super cute!!! The sole is a little hard, so wear socks with good cushion. I did wear them to an outdoor hockey game at -4 degrees and my toes did get cold:( The lace up style is super cute and fit my larger calves, no problem. Many compliments on them. I would recommend them but this Hockey Mom still thinks her Moon Boots are warmer.
Reviewed by Michelle from VT on Monday, February 11, 2013
These are very attractive boots. I got a 7.5, my usual boot size (7 in shoes) and they fit perfectly. I can slide my feet in without unlacing, and they've got a loop on the back to assist with getting them on. They are super cushy and comfortable--so far they've been very warm but I haven't worn them outside for long periods of time. Love em! Great price, too!
Reviewed by mountaindreamers from Kalispell , Montana on Tuesday, January 22, 2013
warm boots will use doing chores around the yard in winter , I don't want to snow shoe in them as there is a bit of tightness over the midfoot , not hideously uncomfortable but I wouldn't want to wear for 5 miles
Reviewed by The Snowshoer from Sandpoint, ID on Sunday, September 16, 2012
I looked and looked for some new winter boots that were lightweight, warm, and would be great for snowshoeing. Thought these were them. Nope. They fit great, are VERY warm (sometimes too warm), very comfortable as long as your feet are dry. And really lightweight. I was excited when I first got these boots and felt how light they were compared to my not even 1yo set of not-waterproof Sorels. I started using them immediately, mostly on my way to work, with just those few steps from the car to the door and back. Then, we went snowshoeing/backpacking. After having worn these boots for a few weeks, I thought these would be perfect. But, I still packed extra socks, just in case. The trip was a total of 13 miles--6.5 in, 6.5 out, not that long at all. Before even reaching the campsite, though, my feet were SOAKED. Come on, I was wearing snowshoes, so mostly on top of the snow. Once we had our fire built, I tried to dry my feet off, and set the boots by the fire and tried to dry them out. It never worked. I have to say, these boots really know how to hold their water. So, how else did they perform? My feet stayed warm. That's the best part about these boots, that, even though we were in snow and freezing temps, and my feet were soaked, they were still toasty warm. Gotta love the omni-heat. As for now, I'm back to using my not-waterproof Sorels for snowshoeing, my feet actually stay dry in those.