Reviewed by Rene the Hawk from Cinebar, Washington on Wednesday, December 7, 2011
I've worn these every day since I've received them. Early snow and ice this year. They are just what I wanted and very comfortable I have difficulties finding shoes as my feet are wide. These work great. I lace them up half way and slip into them easily. I wear them with skirts and pants I'm t...
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Reviewed by Lauren from Darwin, Australia on Tuesday, September 30, 2014
I bought these boots for a trip to Central Europe last winter (2013). I wore these pretty solid for about 2 months (not everyday, but nearly everyday). They only lasted about 6 weeks before I had no choice but to bin them and buy new boots.
The faux fur lining on the heel rubbed away pretty quick, and I put up with the boots rubbing on the back of my heels for over 2 weeks before it became to painful to walk in them any more.
Other then that the boots were good, very warm, almost too warm sometimes, making my feet very sweaty at times (I was wearing thermal socks, purchased from here too!). They were comfortable and were great for the weather conditions we encountered in Europe (rain, snow, slush).
For the price I paid (about $30?), I really cant complain, they didn't last as long as I hoped (wanted them to at least make it to the end of my trip), but they did good considering the amount of walking I did and the amount of wear I got out of them.
I would buy these again if I was to do another short stint in Europe at winter, but seeing as I had to ditch these and buy new boots, I know have a nice pair of Dockers for my next trip.
Reviewed by UrbaniteGoesHiking from New York, NY on Friday, February 1, 2013
I wore these once so far (got them for a vacay to Iceland I am going on tomorrow). From the test run I can say they are certainly warm and well-insulated. I have yet to determine that they are waterproof. Seems they are, but Iceland will be the real test. They are definitely cute though!