The 20-Eye Boot features extra-thick, deep tread
translucent soles that provide excellent cushioning, shock
absorption and insulation. They’re stitched and heat welded on to a
Goodyear welt for strength and durability to last through heavy
daily wear. Breathable Vegetan uppers are naturally
water-resistant, and 20-eyelet lacing system with the bellows
tongue helps keep excess water and dirt from getting in. Steel toe
keeps the front of your foot protected from harm, too! Available in
Men’s sizes 5-13 and Women’s sizes 6-12. Normally $199.95 per pair,
now on sale for $129.95!
Worth Every Penny
From Anonymous of Victor, Idaho on 9/26/2011.
I bought these boots at the last minute before heading out for field work. I needed new boots and was tired of the poor quality and nasty plastic materials of most non-leather boots. These boots arrived in a timely manner but, since I had waited so long to order them, I didn't have a chance to break them in at all before having to use them for work. Fortunately, the recommendation to order a size down was correct and the fit was right. I added an insole because these boots don't have a lot of arch support. I was fully expecting blisters and sore toes (and not particularly looking forward to it). After all, I was wearing brand new boots for 13 hours a day in very rough terrain. To my surprise, these boots were so comfortable right out of the box that I had not a single blister and my feet, knees and back felt good at the end of each day. I've since worn them almost daily and not only are they wonderfully light and comfortable, but they still look new! I can toss them on with a skirt and no one will ever guess that I'm wearing my work boots.
From MeAndaHalf of Bhaile Atha Cliath, Ireland on 3/6/2011.
After going through 3 pairs of boots this winter, I decided I was ready to fork out big bucks on a good long lasting pair of boots, given this, it was also important that they be cruelty free. I thought I'd found the perfect boots when I found these and despite my low income bit the bullet and ordered them online. I've been really disappointed so far, I ordered a size down as recommended by vegetarian shoes. And when I got them, they were very tight around the bridge of my feet, I was surprised by this as I have quite flat feet. They fit me in length so I figured they just needed breaking in. It's been a few painful weeks now, using every trick in the book for breaking them in, and I'm still left with serious blisters and itchy dinted feet at the end of the day. I'm hoping they'll just miraculously be "broken in" someday soon, but they are advertised as needing little breaking in, and given they're not actually leather I'm afraid they won't behave like it, continuing to conform back to their original shape. Totally dreading having spent all that cash on boots I will never be able to wear comfortably. :(I'm also surprised I can't find any reviews describing the tight bridge of these boots online, I did research reviews before buying them and found only positive results. But this seems to be a real flaw in the design to me, that I think other people must experience.
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