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Casual essential.

You have the new hoody and those great designer jeans you found at a second-hand shop; round out your look with Bearpaw Women's Emma Short Boot. This boot's shorter shaft height (8 inches) means it works well with anything from your favorite skinny jeans to a kicky skirt. The boot's sheepskin-wool lining and sheepskin footbed provide wicking, breathable warmth, and the rubber sole offers great grip, cushioning, and durability.

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4 5

Great for slipping on quickly.

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size

These are really easy to put on. I got a size larger so I can fit big socks in them. It worked great.

5 5

Very comfortable!

  • Gender: Female

I love these boots! I've worn them every day since I got them. At first they were a little tight, but they've stretched out from wearing them. As soon as I get home from work, the heels come off and these slide on. No need for socks, these keep my feet plenty warm!

3 5

too small

I had to return these because the size 8 were too small and you were out of size 9. I ended up purchasing the Emily Bearpaw boots which I love.

Are these boots water proof and at what...

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Are these boots water proof and at what temperature will they keep your feet warm?

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I wouldn't purposely walk through a puddle with these boots, but if you spray them with suede protector ( found at Walmart for $6) they should be alright if they get a little wet. I haven't gotten them particularly wet yet, but I did use the spray. Hope that somewhat answers your question!

Is the suede (outer) surface snow/water...

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Is the suede (outer) surface snow/water repellant?

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Use a suede protector and that should help protect against the elements. Just don't go trampling through snow piles or rain puddles and you should be ok.