Reviewed by Prissy P from Great Smoky Mountains, TN on Sunday, February 16, 2014
These boots looked really nice, and I was very excited to have them. Being waterproof, they certainly did allow my feet to sweat a lot! But I figured it was worth it for the waterproof aspect yet not looking like rubber rain boots. I made the mistake of wearing these on a cold snowy day. The building I went to was not heated or insulated, and let me tell you, I felt the cold through the sole of the boot - all day long!
The faux-leather shaft material is way less than satisfactory. I only wore the boots 3 times, and the shaft tore on both boots at the stress point where the shaft meets the heel.
Reviewed by helen from mn on Friday, November 29, 2013
These are great looking boots, truly, but on my first order the left boot was cut slightly differently and dug into my ankle, so I returned them. I reordered because I liked them, and with the next order the left boot's zip was broken. So much as I would love a pair of these boots, doesn't look like its gonna happen.
Reviewed by Kansas Girl from KS on Wednesday, May 1, 2013
I had been looking for rain boots for quite some time that didn't look like the usual type, and I am so glad I found these! I work at a preschool and am on my feet most of the day both outdoors and indoors. These boots are cute, comfortable, and keep my feet warm and dry. I can even wear them on nice days since its not obvious that they are rain boots. Definitely buy a size smaller than you usually wear though, as is usually suggested for this brand. Very happy with my purchase!
P.S very happy with the quick shipping received as well :)
Reviewed by LaylaS from Evanston, IL on Wednesday, March 6, 2013
This boot is good-looking for what it is, and it seems like it's well-made. It's a little hard to get on and off, since the zipper only goes down as far as the ankle. It really does run a whole size larger. The problem is that a 10 these days often fits like a 9, so I often get an 11. Based on STP's recommendation to order a whole size smaller, I ordered the 10, figuring it should fit fine. The 10 is too big, but I'm nervous about returning it for a 9, because I'm afraid that then it will be too hard to get on, even if it fits my foot once I'm into it. I wish shoe companies could standardize their sizes and stick with it. I'll probably keep them just because all the melting snow is going to turn the sidewalks into ponds.