Reviewed by Mike's World of Snow from Fargo, ND on Saturday, September 24, 2016
I have been used to Sorels and was looking for a warm, easy to walk miles in, supportive snow boot for minus 50 degrees, I have a few miles walk late at night to get to work. I have not hit the snow yet, but these fit very well, true to size, are very well made and insulated. Nice traction. I've had some boots with awful traction- Tevas may be comfy but I have fallen so many times in one trip - and they are made for flat footed people despite being very warm and waterproof, Sorels linings wear out pretty quickly, and all the other brands I have had I donated because of lack of comfort or insulation. So lets see how these go. They are very easy to walk in, and not too light or too heavy. Too hot for indoors. If you are going to an indoor destination, you will need a second pair of footwear.