Women's Function Snow Boots
Nice boot, but...
They run small, I should have sized up.
The elastic at the top is a bit restrictive, I'd prefer a velcro option.
Going to return them.
April 23, 2013
they are true to size and comfortbale!
February 18, 2013
Light and warm
My first reaction when I picked up the boots, were 'wow, these are so light', especially compared to other boots I have. When you commute in the city streets of Toronto, ON, it is important to have boots that are easy to walk in, warm, and have traction. It also helps when they are cute too! I thought I bought grey/grey, but I got black which I think looks better in person. These are my go to boots now. My shoe size 6 1/2 and 6 1/2 was perfect. No sizing issues at all.
February 9, 2013
So many compliments and lots of comfort!
Like many of the other reviews, I love how light these boots are and how well they move. I can spend hours in them and remain comfortable and warm. I also get lots of compliments on them, which wasn't my main concern when I purchased them, but a nice extra perk! I ordered a half-size larger and the fit is great, especially with thicker socks. If you have a thicker calf, you may feel the elastic at the top of the boot. I did at first, but over time as I wore the boots more, this became less and less of an issue. I would recommend these boots to anyone whose feet can't take the winter cold....I will be buying a few more pair because I know I will wear these out and would be upset if LE no longer has them in their catalog!
February 2, 2013
Amazingly light and comfortable!
I love the look and comfort of these boots! I sized up a 1/2 size as per the other reviews - usually take a 7 but the 71/2 fit perfectly in these, with no difficulty getting them on and enough room for a mid-weight sock. They are so light that it's hard to believe they can be warm, but I wore them to walk the dogs in -20C weather and my feet weren't cold at all. I didn't have to use the bungee-cord to adjust the fit, because they were fine just the way they came so can't comment on this aspect. They do make a bit of a crackly sound when you walk, but I don't find this at all problematic. I bought the black initially because I have a black parka, but am coming back for some of the great funkier colours - the purple and the red. Or maybe the lime. Or maybe all three since they're so reasonable with all the discounts. I highly recommend them!!
January 26, 2013
Comfortable and warm.
Bought these for a trip to Denver in February. It was 9-33 degrees while we were there and my feet were nice and toasty all the time. They were also super comfortable to walk in and had good grip on ice. I bought a pair for my daughter too and she also loved them.
January 22, 2013
Cute and functional!
Wore these for the first time today! They were comfortable and warm. I got lots of compliments too! I felt secure walking on slippery pavements. They fit fine with one pair of socks and would work with a second pair too . I wear a 7 for most things but a 7.5 for athletic shoes. I got these in a 7.5 and that was the right size for me.
January 16, 2013
Elastic at top cuts
The only reason I do not recommend this product is that the elastic at the top cuts into your leg. This would be the perfect boot if they had put in an adjustable top.
January 8, 2013
I was really surprised at how light and comfortable these boots are. I took the dogs for a hike in the snow. The boots were warm and comfortable. I did read the revews (and I had another pair of Lands Ends boots) so I knew to order one size up. I normally wear a 10 but I ordered an 11. Fits great with thick socks on! I will be wearing this boots on a dog sledding trip, so I am looking forward to warm feet!
January 5, 2013
Warm and toasty
I have been wearing these boots for the past few weeks to muck my horse stalls. It has been freezing or below most of that time and these boots have kept my feet warm!
I wear a 7.5 and bought an 8 and they fit great. They are a little difficult to "slip" on as you need at least one hand to pull them on.
I am very happy with them!
December 31, 2012