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Skate shoes for winter wear.

Take your skate shoes, winterize them, add a high-top and some serious snow traction, and you have the DC Men's Mallard WR SE Boot. The Action nubuck leather uppers keep out snow and provide all the durability you need, but it's the CTR Pill pattern gets the most respect for keeping you upright on slippery terrain. DC even added an airbag to soften each of your steps, just like the shoes you trust in the summer months.

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hey im looking for a size 13 in these...

hey im looking for a size 13 in these boots, when will you guys be getting some more in?

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We don't have an on order right now, but I would check back.

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The DC Mallard WR boot is usually only available during the winter seasons. We will be getting more of there and other great new winter boot styles from DC sometime around September or October.

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Are these boots waterproof for snowy...

Are these boots waterproof for snowy nights.

I am a Firefighter with a skater trapped...

I am a Firefighter with a skater trapped inside. I need a duty boot (not for structual firefighting of course) but to wear with my uniform. Could these boots pass as an everyday boot even in the summer months, and take a shop type beating.

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The DC Mallard is a great work style boot with a skate flare. I used to wear them when I delivered for FedEx in the snowy months and they were amazing. They are also all black so they meet most uniform standards. The only caution I throw your way is for the summer months. They are marketed as a winter boot supposed to hold up to the cold temperatures and wet conditions. I cannot find any type of temperature ratings for this boot but if you don't mind your feet being slightly warm I say go for it.

Hey are these considered waterproof or...

Hey are these considered waterproof or just water-resistant?
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