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SeaVees 02/60 7-Eye Trail Boots - Leather (For Women)
Closeouts. Simply styled, the Seavees 02/60 7-Eye Trail boots take their inspiration from boots worn at the 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Olympics. With a handstitched moc toe and oiled rawhide laces, this leather boot is infused with vintage charm and provides ultimate comfort, too, thanks to the generously cushioned footbed and light, crepe rubber outsole.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Monica from Montana on Friday, September 29, 2017Nice leather. Soft and buttery. Not an easy boot to get on but they look good once they're on I wear a six and a half or 7 I ordered a 7 and it was huge I would say go down a full size or a half they are not insulated they're great fall boots I doubt they would keep your feet warm in the winter
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jessica Borland from Califorina on Thursday, September 21, 2017These are almost slipper like, lots of stretch and roomy. Good for mild weather, and hanging out. I would not hike or walk too far. Not a ton of support. I love waring them to work.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by DanielletheViking from Utah on Friday, November 4, 2016Pros: Cheap, soft leather, grippy soles, unique
Cons: unlined - my socks got stained from the naked leather, the laces broke but thankfully there are extra laces
Yet to tell if they are water-resistant. I bought these shoes as a college student in a town with bad winters and needed something I could trek up to campus with that wasn't an ugly hiking boot. These should do the trick :)
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Maria in Minneapolis from Minneapolis on Sunday, October 23, 2016These are exactly as described-- a vintage style, with thick, high quality leather and crepe sole. However, I had a terrible time getting my feet into them, as the unlined leather grabbed my socks and wouldn't let them slide in! And while I've always resented lace-up boots which also have a zipper (Why have the laces? I always think), in this case I would've preferred that. You really have to pull the laces VERY loose all the way down to get a socked foot into them, and unless you can wear a thick sock in this kind of boot, why have them at all? I wear a 38 (lifelong 7, but more and more a 7.5 these days), and the 7.5 was fine once I got my foot in, but without a lot of spare room for a thick sock. If you're looking for a more cushioned, supportive footbed, these are not for you...and not a lot of spare room for an extra insole. I returned them.