FamousFootwear.com asked: Why did you choose this?
Miriam asked: My son wears a wide shoe, but can't find boots in wide width. Anyone out there have problems with these being too narrow?
- Roxanne: "No my son loves them!"
- Fabiola: "My husband has a wide foot and these were great for him. They're super warm too."
George asked: This boot looks so warm and so waterproof, I'm just wondering if it causes your feet to sweat? Or maybe I should ask, just how cold does it have to be before the temperature inside the boot is comfortable and not too hot? Many thanks.
- KIMBERLY: "Sorry for the late response but no my feet do not sweat in these boots. They stay warm and dry."
- B: "Both my husband and son have not mentioned their feet sweating while wearing these boots. The temperature around our neck of the woods has dropped as low as -5 while they are outside shoveling snow and no complaints, all I've heard so far is toes are toasty warm. The inside of the boot isn't a bulky material, it's nicely insulated with no bulk."
- Jennifer: "My son loves the boot. He says they are very comfortable. We bought them in December for a ski trip. The temps were in the low teens / single digits and the boots were wonderful. He said his feet haven't sweated in them but he hasn't worn them in warmer temperatures. He felt like any temp above 40 might be too hot. Hope this helps. "
- Chasity: "I'm in Maine and wear them to snowblow the driveway. It's pretty cold here, my feet are always dry, warm and have not sweated. These are great boots."
- Anthony: "Dear Mr. George F: Sir, I never purchased this shoe. They did have my proper size. When I requested a RMA to returned the shoe to get credit, cust service informed me that I would receive a reduced (lesser) amount than the actual price. I returned the shoe in pristine condition in orig package. Apparently, your company had imposed a "restocking fee" which I was not informed before hand which was 'disingenuous.' To be honest, this left a poor impression... I reported this to American Express customer service. I have had several unfortunate experiences w/Famous Footwear in the past... When shopping at the brick and mortar store, the store clerk would request I show my driver's lic. in order to return an item. This despite my presenting my AMEX credit card. This is an affront to my dignity for patronizing your business, I felt as though this store never trusted me. I paid w/AMEX optima card. They chose to ignore this fact, and insisted that I show my ID. A piece of advise, it was explained to me that this policy is to guard against employee thefts at the store... that was a poor excuse. Respectfully, if you wish to see your business thrive, your store needs to adopt a totally different approach. Not all customers are alike. An intelligent consumer is your best customer. Your ultimate aim is to attract repeated customers. Reasonable and decent customers need to know that they are respected and honoured. In the end, it is your customers by frequenting your stores that insures your bottomline, AND it is the consumers who in essence pays the employees' salaries by buying the products that you sell. Employees need to be more humble and gracious EVEN if some customers appear to be difficult at times. It's called diplomacy. There is never a need to get loud and boistrous... instead I leave quietly. But I share my experience with others about your store. Have a good day Allene"
- Mark: "These do not cause your feet to sweat even though they are waterproof. Excellent boot for the price."