Reviewed by AJ from Chicago on Friday, January 03, 2014
I live in Chicago and we just had heavy snow fall and these boots are great!!! My feet are well insulated and dry. The boots are true to size. So, a size 9 = a size 9. I purchased a size 10 thinking the boots would run small because of the insulation and they are a bit too big. So, purchase you...
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Reviewed by Marsha from Maine on Sunday, March 02, 2014
I LOVE these boots! My feet stay toasty warm in below freezing weather-- and we have had nothing but frigid weather and snow since December. I choose the white with black soles and black fur (fake) trim, and they look stylish and cuter than you would expect a pair of insulated rubber boots to look. Sizing was right; I wear a size 6 and the size 6 fit just fine. A pair of lightweight wool socks are sufficient to wear with these well-insulated boots.
Reviewed by JR from North Carolina on Monday, February 17, 2014
Bought these for my wife and she likes them very much. The quality seems high and she says her feet stay warm. Style wise, the boots look very nice although she says they look big. I do not think they look any bigger than other rubber bottomed boots. While riding in the car, I did notice a rubber smell but I expect that will lessen given a little time. Happy with the purchase so far and have ordered from SierraTradingPost for years with complete satisfaction.
Reviewed by frankie from Cleveland OH on Thursday, February 13, 2014
These boots are fabulous. They can be a little slippery on ice but are great in the snow and are very warm. The only drawback is how warm they keep your feet once you are inside. I ordered a half size up and they fit well. They slip on and off very easily.
According to their winter boot guide - you need 1000 to 2000 grams of insulation for frigid weather. These boots are only 200 grams. So I would say no.
Check out their winter boot guide on the product page.
Hope this helps --
Answered on 12/19/2013 8:19:33 AM by The Traveler from Ca
Probably would not work very well - the thinsulate lining is not thick enough for that and the sole is fairly thin. They are great for -5 F and warmer (out and about town) and not heavy, so they are easy to wear.
Hope that helps.
Answered on 12/19/2013 12:43:33 PM by Colorado Native from Missouri
These lace up the front, and so I think you might have a chance of it fitting a 17" circumference calf if you lace it loosely. There might possibly be some gapping, but I can't really tell. You would have a lot better chance of this style boot fitting, rather than a zip-up.
Answered on 12/13/2013 6:02:31 AM by Active Mom from Georgia