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Screw winter, keep on skating.

The last time you wore winter booties was when your mom still had some leverage on you, sometime around fifth grade; but you have to admit, sometimes it would be nice not to have to walk around in the snow in wet, cold skate shoes. Wear the DVS Men’s Westridge Winter Boots, and you can enjoy the skate look (including Mark Frank Montoya labeling) you’re used to in a boot built for winter.
  • Weather-resistant leather upper, taped seams, and a special tongue gusset that won’t let water anywhere near your foot so you’re staying dry and, therefore, warm
  • Cold Grip Technology sole doesn’t freeze up, but stays grippy in cold temperatures so you can carry on regardless of the weather
  • Lining fabric wicks moisture away so you’re not suffering from swamp foot

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5 5


The Black ones are siiick. they keep your feet warm without sacrificing the overall comfort of the shoes. def my go to shoe when its snowy or cold out.

4 5

So far so good

I bought these for my hubby who wanted a "cool" looking boot (that didn't look like a snow boot.) Something he could wear outside and not worry if he got in the snow or got a little wet. So far they are working well and keeping his feet dry. I got the black nubuck color and he really likes the look of them and is happy.

3 5

break in time

The boots are a little on the stiff side. There is a pressure point on the outside front of the boot right where it bends. It almost gave me a blister the first time I wore them. Hopefully it goes away as the boot breaks in. Weather resistant does'nt mean water proof, but they are much better to run around in the snow than my regular DVS shoes. Feet were much warmer and drier. Other wise I love the boot, love the classic style.