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You know winter is indeed a wonderland, but you don't have to look like a duck to get out and enjoy yourself in cold, wet weather, so feast your eyes on the Bogs Seymour Boot. Bone-dry, warm, and drop-dead gorgeous. Just like you'll be.

  • Waterproof, beautifully textured leather upper keeps you dry and looking fabulous
  • Max-Wick moisture-wicking lining prevents wet toes from the inside
  • Distressed leather and vulcanized rubber seal out the elements and provide durable protection

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Purchased as a gift

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

I purchased these boots as a gift. Here is the recipients thoughts/comments:

I got these Bogs for a Christmas present after hearing good reviews from people who own them. At first they were a little tall for me but after breaking them in they're really easy to get on and off. They're really warm and the tread is amazing! I can walk on ice and not feel like I'm going to slip. They're also really cute!


Very Disappointing. Not Waterproof

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit:True to size

2 pairs of boots, both are NOT waterpoof. After my feet got really wet on the first pair, I talked to backcountry and sent them back for another pair(backcountry was great as always!), but the second pair was just as wet.... Soooo for a pair of boots that retail at 200$ they get 1 star, mainly because my feet got wet on the first day out of the package(on both pairs). I'm really surprised because Bogs makes really good product... or so I thought

I am interested in these as a winter riding...

I am interested in these as a winter riding boot; riding horses, that is, and for mucking around the barn. Is the foot part of the boot rubber? Is the heal firm? Are these boots durable or just fashion boots? And how do I order if I am between sizes? Size up, or size down?

I don't have an answer for you, but I'm curious, did you ever end up getting a pair? And if so, how did you find them for riding? I was wondering the same thing.