Rugged but refined, its rise is lower and less bulky than a traditional work boot for lighter weight on your gait. A mix of smooth leather and plush suede on the uppers is primed to handle all kinds of overtime.
4 Out of 5
The craftsmanship and visual appeal are spot on. Size is proper. The area I am most concerned with - the rubber soles. When worn, whether wet/dry surfaces, it doesn't give me a sense that it will hold its grip. And I notice it every time I wear it. While I havent lost my footing yet, the uneasy feeling of knowing I may slip and fall has definitely affected how often I wear the boots. I have had them since end of November. I live in an area where the weather can turn at any moment. Hopefully, I can get more wear out of them come summer. If you can get past the uneasy feeling of slipping, then you will most certainly not have any problems with these.
February 11, 2013
Nice and light boots
They look cheap for the original price. Other than that they look good, they go very well with jeans, they are light and comfortable.
December 21, 2012
It is smooth weather and less weight. I like the color and style.
December 4, 2012
Mid Rise Boots
Decent boots, but I feel like they're a bit overpriced. For the same price there are much higher quality options. They look nice, are lightweight, and are true to size.
Took one star off of the overall rating, because the sole feels nothing like rubber. Not sure how well it would perform on a wet surface.
November 29, 2012
These are very comfortable boots. I like them because they are in between super dressy and super casual. I can dress them up with some nice pants and shirt to go out or where to work. I can also where them with jeans and a Graphic tee for a more relaxed image.
August 1, 2012
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