Information about Chaco Arbora Tall Boots - Waterproof, Leather (For Women)
Closeouts. Part waterproof, ready-for-winter performance, part snuggly, soft, foot-cozy heaven, Chaco's Arbora tall boots feature a quilted suede shaft, smooth leather foot and heel, and an inviting, genuine shearling lining.
Reviewed by NH GIRL from Portsmouth, NH on Tuesday, December 4, 2012
I bought these for a winter trip to Quebec City. They were super comfortable the second I took them out of the box and put them on! I walked around Quebec City for 4 full days and these never hurt my feet once! It's like they were made for me and only me!!!!! Also, they keep your feet toasty in ...
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Reviewed by Still Puddle Jumping from Boston on Monday, February 9, 2015
I've had these boots for a year, and they're still in great shape.
- Pro's: They are super cute, have great winter tread, and are water resistant (NOT waterproof).
- Con's: Out of the box, they definitely let water (ie. icy slush) in through the seam where the sole meets the leather. I've spray-waterproofed them since our initial wet-footed adventure, and they are improved but still not dry. I still have to hop around puddles in Boston to avoid frigid feet. Fit: I have pretty narrow feet, and I can only comfortably get my foot past the narrow ankle when barefoot. If I wear thick socks I have to use a shoe horn. It's weird, because the foot-bed itself is comfortable and roomy.
All in all, they're fine boots, but if you're looking for something comfortable and waterproof to see you through a cold, wet winter, keep looking.
Reviewed by hockeymom574 from Indiana on Monday, March 31, 2014
true to size (I ordered a half size up for thick socks and the fit is perfect), super cute and comfy; bought them to stay warm in the rink while my son plays hockey but I found myself reaching for these to walk the dog and shovel snow too. I don't usually buy more than one of the same thing, but I am very tempted to buy a back-up pair of these boots-- if anything happened to them I'd be pretty disappointed!
Reviewed by Love the outdoors from Virginia on Saturday, March 29, 2014
I purchased these to wear on cold wet days in Germany. I have already worn them twice and they are wonderful. The footbed takes some getting used to as the arch is fairly high and more forward than I'm used to. However after wearing them they broke in very nicely. I would buy these again! They are extremely warm. Also they seem true to size even with fairly thick socks on.
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I wouldn't call it a negative heel.. it just has a higher than normal arch where other shoes have a lower arch area. I find them very comfortable but I have toe issues and feel the higher arch takes pressure off my toes. Hope this helps.. if you have never tried on Chaco's before you might want to seek out a pair (any pair of chaco shoes, i think they all have that higher arch feel ) and just try them before purchasing these.
Answered on 12/9/2013 12:03:44 PM by bduffyj from ma
There isn't much heel to speak of as you can see in the photo; the arch support is on the inside. Very comfortable.
Answered on 12/11/2013 4:55:33 PM by KP Skier from California