Tretorn Skerry Reslig Vinter Boot - Women's
At first it might sound a little crazy to rock a rubber boot all winter, but Tretorn insulated their waterproof Skerry Reslig Women's Vinter Boot for just that purpose. Fit for urban use or the morning duty of shoveling the sidewalk, this PVC-free rubber boot shed snow, slush, and puddles with easy. On the inside a supremely-warm, faux-fur insulating lining keeps your toes toasty, and on the outside a gum-rubber sole provides all the grip you need to navigate icy sidewalks without wiping out.
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great boot but...
November 26, 2012
The white fuzzy lining is every where. It looks as though I own a small white pet. Why white? If the lining was at least a darker color it wouldn't be so noticeable. So if you plan on changing out of the rain boots into say some work shoes keep a lint roller handy. Otherwise the boot is great nice fit maybe runs 1/2 size large but it is a rain boot. Haven't decided if it is worth putting up with the white fluff yet.
Wondering what the shaft circumfrance on these boots are and how high they come up? they look almost knee high.
November 22, 2012
Versatile Winter Boot
June 8, 2012
I love these boots- they kept my feet warm and dry all winter long- the height is great for walking through deeper snow, and the insulation does what it's supposed to and prevents my toes from getting cold. I haven't worn these yet because I bought them as a replacement for the pair I bought last season. The downside to these boots is that the sole worn down quickly and the rubber cracked. The sole on this year's model looks slightly more substantial than on the pair I had, though so I decided to give them another try.