About Tamarack Plaid Jill Thinsulate® Pac Boots - Insulated (For Women)
Closeouts. Tamarack's Plaid Jill pac boots hit all the important check boxes: Warmth, snow protection and all-around good looks. Packed with a cozy 200g Thinsulate® insulation, they're warm even if temps dip far below freezing, and the waterproof rubber foot prevents slush from soaking through to your socks.
Specs about Tamarack Plaid Jill Thinsulate® Pac Boots - Insulated (For Women)
- Insulation: Thinsulate®
- Upper: Faux leather and synthetic
- Lining: Fabric
- Removable insole
- Outsole: Rubber
- Height: 8"
- Heel height: 1"
- Weight (pair): 3 lb.
- All specs based on size 8
- Half sizes order up
- Made in China
- Visit our Winter Boot Guide
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by CrysReed from Oregon on Monday, April 3, 2017These are very cute and fit great. Very comfy. However they certainly do not keep your feet warm. Like at all.
Reviewed by Unsatisfied Customer from New York on Friday, December 23, 2016I bought these boots for upstate NY winters. Well a month into wearing them, and they are in awful shape. These boots are not made well. The traction is bare already, I slip when walking, as well as they are not warm, and not too waterproof. Also the boot hooks are also torn off on one and barely holding onto the other. Would NOT recommend!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by CrysReed from Oregon on Wednesday, December 14, 2016These boots are super cute and comfortable but are COLD. That thinsulate is a lie. My regular Keen shoes are warmer. As long as you don't want these for true cold weather wear they are great. I just wouldn't rely on them to keep your feet warm without multiple layers of socks.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Andrea from Canton, Ga on Monday, December 5, 2016Very comfortable!! These boots keep my feet nice and toasty warm. Love them!!!
Reviewed by Nature heals from Califonia on Wednesday, November 30, 2016I bought these because they were vegan and cute. I must pre-empt with the fact that I do tend to run cold. I wore these in Fairbanks, Alaska in 0F to -20F temperatures, sometimes with a foot warmer, but my toes still got cold. I normally wear a size 8-1/2 and the 9s were way too small, so I exchanged them for the 10 and took out the insole. I wore double socks instead. For the most part, my toes were fine, but not when I was outside more than 20 - 30 minutes.
I am impressed someone hiked in these for a long period. They are comfortable, but to me they don't seem to have enough support to hike for a long time.
I still love them and plan to wear them locally as it does not get as cold here in the mountains as it does in Alaska.