Outdoor boots are boots intended for the play of outdoor sports or outdoor recreation. Outdoor boots are characterized by rugged design features to make it suitable for heavy outdoor use.
Spring is the transitional season between winter and summer. Spring is generally a mild season characterized by mild to warm temperatures and abundant rain. Spring occurs during March, April and May in the northern hemisphere; and during September, October and November in the Southern hemisphere.
Spring Step Nordica Ouch! Made for dainty feet.
March 30, 2013
Reviewer: Blondies Mom from S.F. Bay Area
The boot looked better on-line than in person: I expected softer, smooth leather. Seems well-made but the boot was narrow & much smaller than other Euro. shoes I've purchased in this size... couldn't get my foot in the boot! Too bad. These are definitely going back.
Wears this shoe: intended for days off, running around town
Spring Step Frigid Not a Comfortable Boot
March 19, 2013
Reviewer: Geoeve from California
These looked very cute, but when I put them on I was very disappointed. They are much bigger than marked (and (I was wearing 2 pairs of socks). This makes them very uncomfortable.The insole has zero padding - hard as a rock! Very uncomfortable.Since the height of the boot is soft material the laces, that go all the way up, are basically wrapping around your leg. Not very comfortable.
Wears this shoe: Rain, snow
Spring Step Pyrenees Great Boots
March 18, 2013
Reviewer: TZ from Wisconsin
These boots fit great and are very warm.
Wears this shoe: In the snow
Spring Step Geela Finally!
March 17, 2013
Reviewer: Candi from Ohio
I've been searching for a boot that would provide comfort and style. I finally found it in the Geela. The fit is perfect!! After 11 hours, my feet felt great.
Spring Step Elegant Totally satisfied!
March 13, 2013
Reviewer: Tanya from Boston, MA
Great boots, warm, comfortable, very light. You will not feel them when you wear them. The heel is just right high. Good quality.
Wears this shoe: Every day to everywhere