Reviewed by BB from Northern Indiana on Monday, May 28, 2012
I bought these specifically for gardening. To get to the water spigot, I have to deep English Ivy which houses hidden bits of poison ivy. Didn't want to put on shoes and socks every time because of the limited time I walk through there.
Best Uses: Gardening
Cons: Can't think of any
Describe Yourself: Individual
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Clean, Good Cushioning, Well Made
Reviewed by April showers... from Chicago, IL on Saturday, April 7, 2012
Was looking for (semi-)stylish, truly waterproof boots to wear in rainy weather, and I was hoping that these would be it! Unfortunately, they were big and clunky on me -- not flattering at all. I'll be returning them and will continue my search for the perfect rain boot...
Reviewed by Portlandia from Oregon on Monday, March 12, 2012
The liner is real thick. And I always prefer thin socks since there's no way to clean the liner. I'm 5.5 and already went up 6 obviously not big enough. I'm not sure if I will go crazy for 7. There's no 6.5 for this style :( I might just wear them out and get my foot print hope 6 will be my size.
It's soft and comfy. Just for cold and rain in Oregon. I will try walking in snow once I have a chance to go up mountain. But so far it's really narrow front, unlike other rain boots. I don't have wide feet but they are squeezed. If anyone like tight and snug feeling in boots this is the one. And if you don't want to look like a kid, this is best looking and functional rubber boots. Good deal too.