- October 10 2011
I bought a pair of these to wear around the barn. I like them very much! They are very soft on your legs and the bottom is not as form fitting as some but I think they are that type of style. I am very happy with them and have gotten a pair for a friend.
- August 11 2011
I am moving to the land of ice and snow for the first time in my life, and after looking at most snow boots online, I was horrified at how ugly they were! These are super warm, and very cute! They are surprisingly not heavy. I see other commenters have mentioned they run big, and suggested ordering a full size smaller. I took this advice, but it didn't work out well for me. I wear a 7.5-8 in dress/casual shoes (8.5 in running shoes, but I always go a 1/2 size bigger in those), so I ordered a 7, but my toes are right at the end of the shoe, so I am going to size up to an 8. Great deal on great boots!
- July 6 2011
I have yet to try these boots out in the snow but they are really cute! They do run a little big but are fine with thick socks. I usually wear a size 8 to 81/2 and ordered an 8.
- March 23 2011
I would definitely recommend these boots. They are comfortable and look great. Like others have said before, they do run a bit big, so I would recommend getting a half size or full size smaller.
- December 11 2011
Great winter boots!
I purchased these when looking for winter boots that didn't look terrible. Here in Alaska, we get lots of snow so I knew I was going to be wearing them alot. I have been very happy with my purchase! I chose the nutria color, and they are more of a muted green than the color in the picture. Overall, they are very cute. I can wear them with my jeans tucked in or over them. I am 5'11" but they still come up to cover most of my calf. The upper fabric is flexible and warm. The lower part of the boot is rather stiff, but isn't too bad after you break them in. I normally wear a women's 10 in boots and that is what I ordered. They fit with just right when I wear a pair of socks under my thick wool socks. If you're not planning on wearing thick socks and would like a snug fit, go down half a size. They seem to be very well made, showing very little signs of wear after 2 months of moderate use. Performance is adequate. The soles offer great traction, even on ice. I've trudged through at least 2 feet of snow, and none has made it inside of them. As far as warmth, they are a little unique. When I am active, my feet get quite toasty, and stay that way, even when I am walking through snow and ice and slush. If I put them on and sit for awhile (driving to work), my feet get quite chilly. I don't know if that is the boot or my tendency to have cold feet. Overall, these are great boots that offer versatility for running around town and outdoor activities.