Potentially superb boot for cold snow travel. Almost nonexistent customer service. Loved my Steger Arctic Mukluks until a stick tore open the moose hide. I considered it an unfortunate accident, not a product flaw. I bought another pair. This second pair were Steger CamuksXtreme Mukluks, an upgrade. The uppers developed little holes where laces crossed and chafed. This I considered a product flaw. On November 2, 2018 I contacted Steger through their website. They responded in two weeks. I followed… Full review
I stand outside collecting for charity the month of December, so I ordered Terras after reading about them. Have severe hammertoes and lost circulation and need a soft roomy shoe to accommodate my feet. This is my first year wearing the mukluks which are warm, roomy, easy to slip on/off. I love them period. Full review
Couldn't fit on my foot, and limited refund. I recently tried to buy a pair of boots from Steger, had a problem getting my foot beyond the narrow ankle. They suggested an alternate pair, the same problem. The ankle opening is too narrow. When I returned them, they stated that the postage is on the customer, so they don't want to refund my full purchase. I have paid for shipping on a product I cannot use and no longer have. Poor effort on their part to make this right. Not the only one who has run… Full review
These are extremely warm boots. Extremely comfortable too, like your favorite slippers on steroids. They are not for wet conditions though. If it's warm enough outside to be wet, these are probably too warm! If barefooters went to the Arctic, this is what they'd wear. In fact, a number of people do wear them barefoot. I have, but only for a quick trip to the compost bin at ten below, or a short visit to school to see my son's class perform in assembly. Normally I wear socks, which only makes them… Full review
Steger Mucklucks and Moccasins are made of moosehide in Ely, Minnesota.