Women's SnoGo Side-zip Boots
Feel and fit amazing!
These boots feel and fit so wonderful. I can't imagine ever needing another pair. These boots will take me through many seasons of winter fun, for sure.
May 13, 2013
So loose that they fell off!
These were very wide at the ankle, and even with thick socks were falling off my feet. The seem well made, and if they fit better, I would give them a better rating.
April 13, 2013
I loved the warmth of these boot!
The color was excellent! The boots are very warm, but the boot are a little clunky. The boots need to change the shape and have a loop on the boots, so that there is a feeling of security on the top of the boot to make them tighter, since they are a heavier boot. The boot slide a bit. The last feature I would have are half sizes added to prevent the sliding. The height of the boot is great for deep snow!
March 31, 2013
The boots run very wide.
The boots run very wide so I had to return them.
March 30, 2013
For Canadians - I found sizing to be big. Boots are very nice. Heavy as some others reviews noted.
Tried size 6 which was too big (normally I'm a 7.5 with most shoes you can purchase in Canada). Finding specifications for Lands End shoe sizes are big (even for kids shoe sizes) comparable to other makes. Sad they don't make them smaller - Snogo boots would be great for wet, mucky weather - easy to wipe clean. Maybe next time. Overall looks like a good boot - would recommend.
February 22, 2013
If you have extremely WIDE feet or are a man, this is the boot for you.
I'd been looking for a good snow boot, and having the women's F(x) down coat, I ordered the matching regent (blue) color in size 11. They look like they are made for a man! Very wide and in NO WAY do these look like they are made for a woman's foot. Strangely, the 11 was hitting the very tip of my toe. So...short in length and extremely wide in size. Bulky, awkward...just believe the reviews. Had to send them back.
Please Lands End, just because some of us have big feet, doesn't mean they're Fred Flintstone size!
January 24, 2013
Warm foot but open top
I like this boot, but I did not give it 5 stars because there is no closure for the top as there is for the men's boot of the same style. I had to purchase gators so the snow would not go inside my boot as I snowshoed.
January 11, 2013
Very warm, almost perfect fit
Almost everything about these boots is perfect. The footbed isn't terribly supportive, but there is plenty of room for inserts, which works great for me. You can't tell from the outside, but the toe box is very roomy and comfortable, even with thick socks, and my toes never feel crammed together. They're even quite cute, for snow boots. Something about the design makes your feet look smaller, even though the boots are big and puffy.
The do seem to run a little big. I usually wear a 9 in boots so they will be a little extra roomy, but they were out of 9s, so I got the 8 and they fit perfectly, with just enough room to spare for socks. They are also very warm and cozy out in the cold (although I wear them around the house to keep my feet warm inside too).
My only complaint is that the rubber near the outside ankle comes up a little high, which can be a bit uncomfortable, but I expect they will stretch out over time as I break them in more.
Overall, I highly recommend!
January 10, 2013
Way heavier than I could ever imagine -
I was sad. Did not like it at all and had no time to exchange it since I was leaving the country.
Too heavy. Impossible to walk for more than a few minutes in it.
January 5, 2013
Great warm winter boots
As the other reviews stated, these boots are wider and a little bit larger than the fit of other boots. I live in Minnesota and was looking for boots that could keep my feet warm on very cold days, and these boots exactly fit that description. They are roomy enough for me to add an extra pair of socks, and tuck my jeans into the tops to keep the snow out. My toes stay toasty warm on the coldest days, and they are nicer looking than some other extreme weather boots. I love these boots!
January 5, 2013