Tretorn Men's Strala Boot
39 M EU / 7 D(M) US, 40 M EU / 7.5 D(M) US, 41 M EU / 8 D(M) US, 43 M EU / 10 D(M) US, 44 M EU / 11 D(M) US, 45 M EU / 11.5 D(M) US, 47 M EU / 13 D(M) US
Lightweight and versatile, the Strala boot is your reach-for shoe for rainy excursions. The water-tight rubber upper offers a dry fit while the stretch panels offer comfort and flexibility. A grippy sole keeps you sure-footed out there.
Overall Product Rating
joseph haefs - Review from Amazon.com
Fit normal, not what I expected after other reviews.THE FIT:I read countless reviews about these shoes. Most reviewers stated they ran rather large. I normally wear an 11.5EE. So I thought about ordering a 11. However, I am really glad I ordered the 11.5. The length is perfect and the width is a little snug. If I would've ordered the 11's, they definitely would have been to snug.THE COMFORT:I have worn these shoes a few times now and what can I say, they are a rubber sole rain boot. They are comfortable but its not near like wearing a tennis shoe.QUALITY:Seems to be good. I will update after my year in Costa Rica where it rains 6 months out of the year. But if I can get a year out of a 35 dollar shoe, then thats good.
Mario Adrian Salcedo - Review from Amazon.com
It does what it was supposed toIt works i bought it specifically for work but they are not slip resistant and when i got them it was winter now that is summer they are kind of too hot to wear, im not blaming the seller for this i understand that this is entirely my fault for over looking those key points but just a warning make sure what you buiy works for what you want it to
Brian E Frankowski - Review from Amazon.com
OK for One SeasonI live in Seattle and I was sick of having cold wet feet 8 months out of the year so last fall I decided to give these a try. They are definitely comfortable, but don't offer much support. Like a rubber slipper. They are not particularly warm. It's a thin piece of rubber with a rubber sole after all. Wool socks are a must. But they did keep my feet dry and work well for most of the season. I wore them pretty much everyday, everywhere I went for 6-8 months. (Except for work! Outdoor workers listen up: These things are thin rubber and offer no protection whatsoever and have crappy footing for work. Slip prone and one whack with a tool and your toes are done for!) Out and about I actually got a lot of compliments on them. Stylish!By the spring time they had developed cracks in the uppers where they flex when I walk and the rubber soles were completely wore down and became dangerously slick under foot. They have been trashed. Ultimately, these shoes kept me dry for the first 4-5 months and barely made it through the end of the season. This fall I am going to try out a pair of Bogs. Hopefully they will have a little more support, a better sole, and a little more support.
Vip - Review from Amazon.com
Lasts about a yearThese boots are awesome -- for the year that they last. After those 12 months you start getting cracks in the rubber that let in the liquid when you're in deep water or heavy rain. I recommend if the price is right -- but not if you are looking for something long-term.
Alex P. - Review from Amazon.com
FantasticExcellent rain boots: comfortable, easy to put on and take off and nice looking. I like them so much, I consider to buy a winter version!
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