Men's SnowPack? Boots
Good quality and worth the price
I bought these for my husband, and compared to his old ones, the quality of these is much better and they are not so heavy. He uses these every day when he goes out to fill our outdoor wood stove here in cold and snowy Michigan. Worth the money and would buy again.
December 5, 2012
Liner does not fit well, liner fabric shows above boot and below wool looking top
These seem cheaply made. The liner does not fit well, it's like the liner was miss sized for the boot. Gray liner shows above tan boot and below ivory wool looking top. If had not thrown away the top, I'd be sending them back, quickly.
December 2, 2012
OK boot - we'll see how long they last
I bought these on sale for my son. The price was right but I think the quality is cheap. The liner is flimsy.
November 24, 2012
Great pair of boots for the price.
I bought these boots for my husband, and the fit is pretty true to size. They are well-made and worth the price. Great for snow and ice. I would definitely recommend them.
January 21, 2012
These boots are not worth the money
I gonna send its back. Insulation and threads are very cheap and poor. I did not worn these boots yet but insulation seams are already separated. Even dollar store products have a better quality.
December 16, 2011
I ordered these for my husband to use for snow blowing and his 2 block walk to and from work. Although we've only had a small amount of snow so far, he really likes them. Nice style, I ordered the boot in black and they look really nice. My husband is normally a 10 1/2 so I ordered him an 11, he said they're a little big on him, but its nothing a thicker sock couldn't fix (a 10 would be too small). A great boot all around.
December 14, 2011
Nice boot, but size down!!
I ordered these for my husband, who normally wears a size 12 W (his feet resemble cinder blocks). Since so many boots are not available in wide widths, he usually just orders up a size. Anticipating the size 12 would be too tight when worn with heavy, winter-weight socks, I selected the size 13. When they arrived in the mail and I opened the box, I laughed out loud. They look GINORMOUS!!! Honestly, they look like they are a size 15 or larger. When trying them on, he commented, "Where's the old lady that lives in this shoe?" He probably could have gone down 2 sizes, but ended up exchanging for a size 12. I can't comment about their warmth, but they are a nice-looking, sturdy boot and he said they seemed to feel pretty good. My only advice would be to definitely NOT size up and, perhaps, even size down when ordering.
December 6, 2011
My husband really likes these boots. He says he still has to wear a pair of warm winter socks for his feet to stay really comfortable. They're slightly chilly with basic white cotton socks. They keep the water and slush out very well, and they're tall enough to keep the snow out, even in several inches.
January 28, 2011
Comfort and warmth not as touted.
I wore this boot in the mountains of north Georgia in January, 2011. The temps ranged from 20° to 40° that weekend. My feet did not stay warm.
The rest of my body was warm so it wasn't my body taking head from the extremities.
The boot also is not comfortable. Having walked around my neighborhood a little after I first got them, my feet began to ache. This was solved by buying an $11 pair of Dr. Scholl's gel inserts.
I also can't get the boot tight enough on my food. The hoop lacing did not allow me to tighten the boot near the bottom of the boot so I felt like it was always slipping. I do have the correct size boot for my foot. The laces were too long, too.
All in all, not a great warm nor comfortable boot.
January 23, 2011
too big too bulky
nice looking boots but way to big and bulky for active wear. they would be good for snowmobilers or after ski or after skate. too big to drive or wear for extended work. order a size down if you buy. i got a size 10 and it was more like a 12
January 20, 2011