When Kodiak boots first hit the production lines in Ontario, Canada back in 1910, the company sought to create a new standard in hard-working footwear. By the early 1940s, the brand had become an official supplier to the Canadian Armed Forces. Twenty years later, Kodiak introduced steel toe boots. Today, after more than a century of producing extremely rugged and reliable Kodiak snow boots, work boots and outdoor footwear, this brand remains extremely committed to setting a high bar with innovations like shock-absorbing Comfortzone insoles, sl ... Learn more about Kodiakip-resistant Ultimate SR outsoles and metal-free Rockfibre safety toes that meet or exceed CSA and ASTM standards. For work or winter (or both), Kodiak footwear always has you covered. ... Less
Reviewed by ajdashdash from Texas on Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Living in Texas, I don't have a lot of need for snow boots on the regular but with trips planned to colder areas this winter, getting a pair seemed like a good plan. These boots are incredibly warm and comfortable. Thick socks will be a definite must since they run pretty wide but that's no big deal. I will be doing quite a bit of walking in the boots so it was important that they be comfortable and these definitely are!
Reviewed by Dana from Texas on Friday, August 21, 2015
I bought these boots for my two boys and husband for an upcoming Christmas trip to Winter Park. The sizes range - 8, 9, and 11. I was a little worried when I opened the boxes because they looked HUGE but the fit was true to size for all three guys. I'm sure the boots will keep their feet nice and toasty in the mountains of Colorado.
Reviewed by montyandmarie from New Jersey on Saturday, March 21, 2015
Wish they sold these in half sizes. I ordered a 7 and I'm a 6 1/2 so I ordered up as recommended. They were too big. I have to say they seemed like real heavy duty boots. I tried on inside and my feet were getting really warm. Unfortunately I had to return due to the size.