Overview

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Closeouts. Silky-soft rabbit and cow fur turn Pajar's Foxy snow boots into a serious style statement for oh-so-chilly temps. The eye-catching exterior exudes luxury, and the plush, insulating shearling lining offers cozy warmth.

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Question & Answer

Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.

  • “What is the calf measurement?”
    Asked by kipper from Kentucky on 1/3/2015 3:15:27 PM
    • I don't know, but mine are pretty wide and they fit me. They just weren't at all flattering because of they tiny (size 9!) foot on the bottom,
      Answered on 1/3/2015 3:27:22 PM by lorraine934 from Marion, MA
    • Thanks for your speedy answer! Can you tell me what your calf measures? That might give me some idea.
      Answered on 1/3/2015 4:04:54 PM by kipper from Kentucky
    • Many knee-high boots are made for women with slimmer legs or boots with laces, buckles or elastic goring will provide additional calf width. For the best circumference
      fit, wrap a cloth tape measurement around the fullest part of the calf. (15 cm or more for wide calf. 13 cm or m less for narrow calf.
      Answered on 1/3/2015 7:26:39 PM by FederaLady from Washington DC
    • My calves measure 14" and they are snug with jeans on.
      Answered on 1/4/2015 9:34:34 AM by Jen from Alaska

About Pajar

Pajar was established in Montreal in 1963 by a French family experienced in the European art of shoemaking. Founder Paul Golbert recognized a niche in the Canadian market for sheepskin-lined boots, and Pajar was born. Pajar boots pioneered the development of shearling-lined leather boots, and today the Pajar Group manufactures high quality, waterproof boots that withstand the harshest winters with the utmost in footwear style. By adding a patented insulating midsole made up of small air bubbles between layers of aluminum, felt and wool, Pajar boots are able to withstand severe cold up to -74 degrees Celsius. Choose Pajar boots for comfort, warmth and premium style.