Closeouts. Winter footwear gets fancy with The North Face's Jozie II winter boots, all styled up with waterproof construction, warm insulation, and a faux-fur-trimmed suede upper with side lace-up detail.
Reviewed by Carissa from Illinois on Wednesday, March 13, 2013
I bought these boots a couple weeks ago... just in time for another snowstorm, and I'm incredibly pleased with them. My feet have not gotten cold once while wearing them, including when I've been walking or standing outside for long periods of time. The rubber soles have good traction, the faux fur is soft and warm, and the suede is nice and durable. The fur part of the boot actually has the option of folding up for a taller boot, which is nice to do on occasion.
The only issue I've had with these boots is that--depending on what socks I'm wearing--the ankle areas can sometimes rub uncomfortably because the sides of the boot are slouching. But overall the boots are quite comfortable and great for cold/snowy climates.
Reviewed by Cheri from Michigan on Friday, March 01, 2013
This is an attractive boot, not as heavy duty of a boot as I was hoping for, but kept it anyways because I got such a great price on them. Appears to be waterproof like it mentions, wore them in the snow with no wet feet. I would normally put on a water repellent and decided to check out the performance of the boot first.
Reviewed by mj from Connecticut on Monday, February 25, 2013
I got these as a nicer pair of snow boots, and I liked them initially, but the fit just seemed off, especially on my right foot. They seemed a bit tight with only cotton socks on, so I couldn't imagine wearing them with thicker winter socks. I never did wear them outside, but they seemed warm enough. I wish they were a bit taller, but the fur-lined top does turn up for extra warmth. I am retur