Itasca Women’s Winter Boots
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Reviewed by: Christen
I had these boots for 2 years. I received them as a present from my kids who purchased them at Tractor Supply Company for about $20. Your feet stay extremely warm and dry, and I like the fact that with the long laces they can tie up around the ankle so they don’t come off easy when walking through mud and “gunk.” They are super lite weight and the colors are super cute (I have the pink/gray). The only complaint I have with them is that because of the faux-fur on the inside no matter what socks you wear they tend to slide off to the toe of the boot.
But, for $20 I didn’t expect them to be perfect. All in all for the price paid it’s a pretty good shoe to keep your feet warm during Alabama’s cold weather.
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