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Tretorn added the waterproof breathable power of Gore-Tex to the street-savvy ??bo GTX Boots. Slip your feet into these lace-ups when you want a clean, casual look and serious weather protection. Making your way to work through snow and slush doesn't require bulky winter boots anymore.

  • Gore-Tex membrane seals out moisture while remaining highly breathable so your feet stay dry without feeling like they're plastic-wrapped
  • EcoOrthoLite insoles cushion your feet, encourage free air flow, and inhibit odor-causing microbes
  • Mesh sockliner encourages air flow do keep your feet feeling fresh
  • Rubber midsoles keep your feet dry if you accidentally drop into a puddle
  • Non-marking rubber soles won't lay down tracks on your hardwood floors
  • Comes with two pairs of laces so you can mix up your look
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Warm and Comfy

    My wife surprised me with a pair of these for my birthday and I can't wait for winter to wear them (and for skiing, of course). They feel nice and snug on my feet and very comfortable. The Gore-Tex outer will be appreciated in the snow and slush.

    Pretty spot on

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    these work just as advertized, I will say that they are a bit slim but they break in really nice after a day or two of use. Also just like with any boot type of shoe, I recommend getting insoles. these ones suck.

    this is deffinetly no toms shoe but if I were to describe it, they feel like high top house slippers that are water and wind proof that have a pretty stiff sole. the sole is a hard rubber made for longevity for sure but they're not super comfortable if your on your feet all day, thats why I got the insoles.

    Warm

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    Purchased as a warm, waterproof urban shoe. Warmer than I expected, outer fabric seems durable and good enough to get out on the ice / snow. Shoe is a little narrow although has stretched a little.