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High quality, waterpoof bootie with a low heel. Looks…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $120

Summary

High quality, waterpoof bootie with a low heel. Looks great in town, and has excellent traction. Well built and very comfortable. Perfect for damp winter, fall, and spring days.

Pros

  • Attractive
  • Waterproof
  • Comfortable
  • Great traction

Cons

  • Scuff easily

These shoes are a great high quality, durable in-town option for when you want trail quality footwear that looks nice in a coffee shop. They are very comfortable and require little to no breaking in, and come with a zip on the inside that makes taking them on and off easy.

The low heel on the boot is the perfect height for walking around town as it's not high enough to impact balance, but these aren't trail shoes. That said, if you want a boot that is as close to a walking shoe as you can get while still being a good looking in-town shoe, these are definitely the ones to go for.

I've had these for a full winter season and half of spring now, wearing them almost every day. The leather breathes really well and they look good with almost everything. The shoe runs a little narrow and slightly large, but the sizing is consistent with Teva's other offerings.

They also scuff pretty easily, as do most of Teva's shoes due to their soft leather. I chose the black and they aren't showing the scuffing nearly as much as other, lighter leather Tevas I own. 

Experience

I've owned these for a full winter season and half of the current spring season, wearing them almost every day.

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reviewers paid:
$120.00

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