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0C12HNV57XP315 Womens faux fur heat thermal water resistant outside on foot snow wintry weather rubber sole calf boots

(5 customer reviews)

$42.00$46.80

  • shaft measures approximately eleven from arch
  • top: these top class great boots are built the use of the approach of welting making them greater secure and sturdy. To be had in a selection of upper materials inclusive of cardy, shearling and fake fur, all available in an array of elegant colorations.
  • absolutely fur coated: top class grade faux fur is lined throughout those boots from pinnacle to toe increasing comfort and performing as insulation in your ft. Being absolutely fur lined increases the boots potential to retain warmness even as imparting durable comfort and superior cushioning.
  • long lasting & anti-skid rubber sole: excellent solid molded rubber sole that is water-resistant and has an anti-slip design with a deep tread offering protection against all outdoor situations experienced for the duration of autumn and wintry weather. The traction supplied with those boots will help you navigate through the wintry weather months with self belief through thick snow, heavy rain and even ice.
  • side zipper: presenting an internal zipper the main advtange is time taken to position on and take off the boots. Each zipper takes a few seconds to drag up and cozy.
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SKU: C12HNV57XP315 Category: Tag:
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5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

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Black Knitted, Black Leather, Black/Black, Grey, Black, Black Cardy Mono, Black Leather Mono, Black/Beige Shearling, Gray Knitted, Gray Leather, Gray Textile, Tan, Black/Beige, Gray/Gray Shearling, Tan Knitted, Gray/Blue, Black/Red, Tan/Beige Shearling

5 reviews for 0C12HNV57XP315 Womens faux fur heat thermal water resistant outside on foot snow wintry weather rubber sole calf boots

  1. Amazon Customer

    The boots are great! Good quality for the price! They are super warm and fit perfect. I usually wear an 8 1/2 in women’s and ordered a 9 after reading other reviews. They are on the narrow side, but for my feet, the fit perfectly. I definitely recommend! I just got them, so I haven’t worn them in the snow yet, but will update my review to let you guys know if they’re completely waterproof.Update: they are totally waterproof! I’m in the north east and we are getting pummeled with snow right now… walked the dog and shoveled all morning and my feet and the inside of the boots are dry and warm!Read more

  2. Shuga

    DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BLACK LEATHER AND BLACK: Virtually none. However, the quilted fabric is LEATHER on the Black Leather and FABRIC (similar to quilted/bubble jackets) on the Black pair. The quilting of the Leather is a bit shiny and the other pair is more matte and understated. I labeled each pair in the pics. The fit is true to size. I usually wear a 9 in boots. I ordered a 9 and tried them on with no-show footies and they were a comfortable snug. I would suggest to order a size up if your feet are wide because I would not be able to wear them with a thick sock. Although I have large 17 inch calfs, they hit just below mid-calf and fit fine. NOTE*** I have on thick sweatpants stuck inside the boot and they weren’t tight.They were delivered today; Came in a ziploc plastic bag. I did not find any loose stitches or other imperfections. I will update my review after some wear.Read more

  3. Gina

    December 7, 2019- I’m updating again because I’ve only put these boots on twice since last winter, our first big snow storm of the year, last week and today. Today I noticed a big rip in the seem near the bottom, close to the zipper. I was planning on buying another pair in the shorter length but decided not to after finding the rip. It could have started at the end of last winter and I just didn’t notice it. They’re obviously not made to last very long so I’m dropping my five star rating to a three, which I feel is being generous. Yes they’re warm, and they keep the snow out and my feet dry but if they’re not going to last long, they’re really not worth the money. I want something that’s going to last more than a year or two. Sad, because I really liked these boots. :(November 22, 2018- I’m updating because I’ve had these for a year and they have held up great. I wore them all last winter and I’m very happy with them. I wore them in very cold Maine weather, in deep snow, shoveling all winter and all outdoor activities and they kept my feet nice and dry and warm. Best winter boots I’ve bought in a long time and well worth what I paid.December 13, 2017-So far these have kept my feet warm and dry. I live in maine and we have had two snow storms already, and the 2nd one brought lots of ice and very cold temps. Saturday I’m going to the Festival of Lights and temps will be in the teens and I will be doing lots of walking around. I should know for sure how well the boots keep my feet warm and how comfortable they are after that. I’ll update if I’m not happy. I like the length, they cover a good portion of my calves and I like having the zippers and ties. The inside have a very soft lining and there’s an extra piece of material that comes up about 3 inches from the bottom of the zipper and a long thick tongue that assures no snow will get in through the eyelets for the laces. The laces are thick and strong. The bottom is a nice smooth material that dries quickly and dirt washes off nicely. The middle is quilted and the top has a thick sweater material. They measure about 8 inches from my ankle and cover all but 3 inches of my calf. The souls have a good tread, I was able to walk across my icy parking lot without slipping and sliding. There’s a pull tab at the top of the boots for help in pulling them on. I bought a size 7, which is what I normally wear in medium width and they fit great in the toe and when I wore them with heavy socks they were snug but not uncomfortable. I would definitely buy them again!Read more

  4. Rachel

    I am from Florida, but bought these boots for a trip to Iceland. They’re cute and warm, which matched my needs. If you live somewhere that would allow you to wear these with any real frequency, you should know one of the seems had split by my fifth and final day in Iceland. It’s a very small and barely noticeable split, but that’s an issue that would get worse very quickly.I did wear these all day every day during my trip and we walked an average of five miles each day. Added to the one day I wore them to the office to break them in, I wore these for a max of 30 miles.As I was packing up for the flight home, I noticed a small tear, about 1”, next to the zipper on one of these boots. Considering that I was not doing anything more strenuous than walking (no fitness boot camps, no glacier hikes, no running), I did not expect them to fail so quickly.Otherwise, they were great. Paired with wool socks, they kept me warm enough. I wore them on a northern lights boat excursion (night boating, in winter, in Reykjavik…and we stayed on deck the whole 3-4hrs) and my toes were chilled but not freezing—-would recommend that you add toe warmers on such an extreme situation (I brought some but they were duds).The non-slip aspect was mostly reliable. I only fell on ice once on my trip (one bruise, no injury). There was ALOT of ice, and I did slide a few times—but consider that I am from Florida and haven’t really learned “how to winter.” When I fell, I was on pure unsalted ice that was inches thick. I did not wear crampons, so do remember that these do not replace crampons and these would work great.Read more

  5. Kathryn

    Do not buy these! I absolutely loved these boots, and got a lot of compliments on them! However…they only lasted one season before the top completely detached from the sole, and the zipper broke! I wrote the company to see if they would be able to repair, replace, or help me with a discount on another pair, and they never responded! Horrible service!Read more

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