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By: Thomas Warren
February 1, 2010
Water resistant, but by no means completely waterproof.
December 27, 2009
January 18, 2010
i get tons of compliments on the boots; most people are surprised to see that they are DC boots. i've worn them in the NYC snow and mess, and my feet are dry. they're not as warm as other are, but it's nothing a good pair of socks won't fix.
they were also a bit stiff and tight at first, but after breaking them in with a few days of wear, they're quite comfortable.
January 22, 2010
Love the look-reason why I bought these...
But I wished I'd bought a size bigger being as they're 'slim fit', it can get a tad constricting.
Not great for warmth...
We had over a foot of snow recently-they weren't very water proof after a few hours...
One boot has a longer lace than the other-kinda lame...but really not an issue.
But they're easier to put on and do up than I thought. i.e (not having to undo every bloody lace to get your foot in and out)
But they tend to pinch and dig in around your ankles painfuly for the first few weeks so expect bruising and pain...
But when you have comitted yourself to these gorgeous boots and have spent some time breaking them in.
You start to think 'well actually they're not too bad and they look awesum'- so thats that really!
So yeah i'd recomend the the original DC chalet se boots!-I miss mine badly....
especially when they're way cheaper, warmer and comfortable and generally a better boot!