Closeouts. When you want warmth and protection in wet conditions without the bulkiness of a boot, reach for The North Face Snow Betty winter shoes with 200g Heatseeker insulation and a plush faux-fur collar.
Reviewed by Duck Feet from San Jose, Ca on Thursday, July 12, 2012
These were to narrow for my daughter and slightly too narrow for my neuroma. I thought about keeping them in hope that the lining would compress with wear and allow the room I needed. I decided not to gamble my "problem" foot and returned them. They were very light and very comfortable/cozy but just didn't work.
Best Uses: After Skiing/Snowboarding, Cold Weather, Slippery Terrain, Snow, Wet Conditions
Reviewed by Alaskan in PA from Central PA on Sunday, March 4, 2012
I like these shoes, but just make sure you realize you are essentially getting heavy, clunky winter snow boots with the tops cut off. I feel a little bit like I'm wearing clown shoes if I put them on with jeans.These are not a lightweight alternative to snow boots, but kind of an equally-heavy but easier to slip on version (and more likely to get snow in your socks if it's deep). If that's what you want, these are great! Comfortable and easy to get on, good traction and waterproofing. Been used for snowy/slushy/rainy dog walks through winter woods. The faux fleece around the opening is a little chintzy/pointless, but they are good solid shoes otherwise.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Snow, Wet Conditions
Cons: Bulky, Heavy
Describe Yourself: Avid Adventurer
Gear Usage: Cold Weather Living
Pros: Comfortable, Easy Entry & Exit, Good Traction, Warm, Waterproof
Reviewed by Beach girl from Va. Beach, VA on Monday, February 27, 2012
I wear a size 8.5 or 9. The 9 fit great. I decided not to keep them b/c they're very bulky, not as stylish as I was hoping for! Can't comment on warmth/waterproof b/c I returned them. Only wanted them for my few ski trips per year, decided against them.