FamousFootwear.com asked: Why did you choose this?
C asked: are these boots waterproof? The tags say "weatherproof" but does that mean waterproof?
- Mary: "They keep my daughter's feet dry - we've had some wet weather since Christmas here in NJ."
- Josie: "This boots are very comfortable and waterproof too. I like them a lot . thank you famousfootwear."
- Tammy: "In my experience with these boots, I'd say that weatherproof meant "water resistant". I have worn these boots during rainy and snowy weather and have not had any problems with my socks getting wet. That said, I have not stood in the middle of a water puddle testing the weatherproofing abilities of these boots. They are comfortable to wear for extended periods of time, I like them."
- Roberta: "Yes they are water proof "
- Jacqueline: "I can not say if they are waterproof because I have not worn them in rain or snow yet. They are very warm in cold weather."
- Amanda: "I have been using these for about a month now. I love them. I have stepped in a few puddles, and gone through deep snow and had water bead up on them. But nothing appears to have gotten through. Not sure if that fully answers your question. But I think they were a good buy."
- carnita: "Not only are these boots waterproof, they are very warm. They were a good buy they were on sale."
- Laura: "I would not say that these are 100% waterproof, like galoshes, but they do repel water fairly well. The bottom part of the foot in the faux-leather is waterproof (though water could probably get in through the seams if you were wading deep in a puddle), and the shaft is water-repellant, and would probably take a little bit to get soaked enough to let water through. As long as you're not looking for true galoshes, these work great against weather, including water."