Closeouts. A mark of impeccable good taste, Gordon Rush's Columbia boot is flawless in every detail, with full-grain leather upper, soft calf lining and a discreetly ridged forefoot pad for light traction.
Reviewed by Petite in Bama from Alabama on Saturday, March 15, 2014
These shoes looked great & were just what
the husband wanted. However, the particular
pair we were sent had clearly been used. They
didn't even come in their original box. Strange.
Customer service handled the return fairly, but unfortunately
they were out of stock.
So, the 3 Star rating reflects this issue rather
than the quality of the shoes.
Reviewed by Riverrick from Texas on Saturday, February 1, 2014
Very nice boot. High quality with a nice fit. I own a pair of Gordon Rush shoes which meant I had high expectations, which were met. The only downside is the lack of padding which was solved by a padded insert.
Reviewed by Kenny from Oz from Sydney on Sunday, August 4, 2013
I bought these boots because they look like the Craftsman boots by RM Williams- a well know boot maker in Australia. Unlike the Craftsman, they don't cost $425 AUD (about $400 USD) and they are just as well made. They also don't have the loops on the front and back of the boot with snags on your trousers and annoys you when you walk. The downside is that they are a little more difficult to pull on if you ordered a tight fit. I ordered half a size bigger and I have no trouble pulling them on. They do rub a bit on my heel and I got a small blister the first time I took a long walk in them. I am wearing them in now. The other thing is that the insole has no cushioning or support. I dug it out and replaced it with something better, which also has some arch support