Closeouts. Johnston & Murphy's Ridgemont Trek boots feature waterproof bootie construction to lock out the elements, and comfort-customizing XC4 technology to easily adjust the width from medium to wide.
Oiled waterproof nubuck upper with debris-blocking gusseted tongue
Moisture-wicking sheepskin lining
Removable, cushioned, sheepskin-lined insole changes the shoe's width from Medium to Wide
Reviewed by diego from New York on Monday, February 25, 2013
Almost through my second year with these three season (fall, winter, spring) boots. All good except for one thing - the heel has worn down through the base sole into the softer sole material, but only on the very back part of the heel.||I walk about two miles a day in them, and aside from this one problem they are very good boots. If you don't walk that much they will be a good choice.||Even so,
Reviewed by Disc tosser from Raleigh, NC on Friday, January 25, 2013
Great-looking shoe/boot. I will be using as a casual shoe, rather than a hiking boot. Seems to be a narrow shoe, which is good for me; if you have a wide foot, may not be ideal. May run about a half-size small.
Only problem I have found is that the top of the boot comes up to the height of just up to my ankle bone and is rubbing (may just be due to my bony ankles). Hopefully, with some break-in that may lessen, as I plan on keeping the shoes.
Regarding the sheepskin comment of other(s), the inside sole of the shoe is labeled "sheepskin", which I believe speaks to the inner lining of the shoe and sole - it is not the fluffy, whitish sheepskin that some people may be expecting (another benefit in my mind).
Reviewed by MsKt from Oregon on Saturday, January 05, 2013
I bought these for my husband for Christmas. He loves them. They're a bit more stylish than most of the shoes that are waterproof. We live on the Oregon coast where water proof is a huge plus in any shoes most of the year.