Reviewed by Nonna going to Tahoe from Illinois on Tuesday, February 04, 2014
Love love love these boots! They are not only warm, but so pretty! They are heading to Lake Tahoe next week! So excited to step off the plane with these boots on!
Also wanted to say I will be doing business with Sierra Trading Post from now on!
They do slip on, and no they are not hard to get on. Quite easy in fact. I've worn thin cotton socks and thick wool socks. The footbed is very roomy, so a thick sock works better. I did get an arched insert, but they are so cute, comfortable, and warm. The fabric sheds water and snow really well, but I don't where them in slush, and the snow is very dry where I live. I love these boots! I get a lot of compliments on them. They really are adorable.
Answered on 12/26/2013 3:10:50 PM by synjon from Park City, Ut
The dark strip in front is sturdy neoprene and allows for pulling the boot on with ease.
Answered on 12/27/2013 10:59:31 AM by migrantartist from Alaska
First of all, I love these! Pretty roomy in the footbed, so a thick sock is great. I have then on right now. They shed water and snow pretty easily, but I don't think they are completely waterproof. And unfortunately I don't know what you would waterproof them with. I did not do it, but I haven't had a problem with them getting wet. The snow where I live is pretty dry most of the time.
Answered on 12/20/2013 3:53:39 PM by synjon from Park City UT
UM, don't think these can be waterproofed. I wore mine today in 20 degree snow--perfect for these. These are a felt material and will soak up water so wear them in snow or cold only, not in wet conditions. You can try the spray waterproofing but by no means expect more than easier snow shedding. I live in a rain forest but bought these anyway for those days the temps drop and I need warmth more than dryness. And as a side note, I get tons of compliments on these!!!
Answered on 12/20/2013 8:32:40 PM by migrantartist from Juneau, AK
You don't have to waterproof since felt is naturally water resistant but I did waterproof my daughters just in case. I used Aqua Armor on my daughters pair. ..just be sure and get the one for natural fabrics not synthetics. I wouldn't go slogging through wet sloppy stuff with these though...these are more a dry snow condition boot.
Answered on 12/21/2013 8:52:11 AM by Runamuck from Podunk WI