Built to handle the Canadian lifestyle.
When he's not out crushing jumps in the Whistler backcountry, Devun Walsh wears the DC Woodland DW Men's Boot for chopping wood, drinking whiskey, and riding moose, or whatever it is Canadians do in their spare time.The leather upper keeps your feet dry and the all-terrain outsole helps you keep your grip when you're chasing beavers across frozen ponds and such.
- Premium leather upper is water-resistant
- Polyester lining for warmth
- Performalite midsole is made from DC's exclusive polyurethane composition for lightweight cushioning
- Rugged all-terrain outsole provides traction in icy conditions
- Foam padded tongue and collar for comfort and support
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Best winter footwear i've ever bought. i lived in them from fall till spring and they kept me dry and comfortable the whole time!
ABSOLUTELY buying another set next year
I want to buy thse shoes but my size isn't...
I want to buy thse shoes but my size isn't available here what should I do
Unfortunately we are almost out of this boot and it doesn't look like we will be getting any new stock anytime soon.
A similar boot we have in stock is the DC Peary Boot listed below:
Take them wherever
Used these for a full winter rarely using any other boot. Took me everywhere from the ski hill to base jumping and had no problem doing it all.
I guess these were okay for the price, but the quality of the leather is cheap. If you are looking for a boot to last more then one season, get something hand made like a redwing.
Boot looks great and does well in the snow. Snow can get into the shoe through the sides of the tongue. I would Nikwax these just to make them that much more waterproof. They are pretty skinny shoes so if you have a wide foot you might want to go with a different boot. All in all this is a great stylish boot.