Men's Cheyenne Waterproof Boot
I Truly can't complain.
I purchased these boots for the first time three (3) years ago. I've used them through three snow storms. The first year my father who works as a super intendant used these boots much more than myself during painting, land scaping, snow removal and construction. The "water proof" is actually water resistant as the "water proof"coating only lasted the first year, however spraying them every few months with water repellent has solved that issue. The second year I began using them at my weeken job as an auto mechanic and I've spilled all types of chemicals and oils on them and nothing has seeped through, although the boot does get wet and stained. One of the string laces has broken off during the second year, and the seems around the leather strap has teared apart, although they still maintain their integrity. The third year, the inner foot padding has completely lost its spong like feature in which deters confort. The rest of the boot is still intact with no other rips or tears other than what I have already mentioned. I DO NOT regret purchasing the boots whatsoever, for the price of $34.99 they have served their purpose and exceed my expectations. I'm currently starting a job at fedex and I'm looking into my second pair. At this price, no one should complain.
May 18, 2013
Great Boot for Price!
I grabbed these boots when I first got hired at a factory job, and that was almost two years ago. Just getting a new pair because my feet grew again. These are great, and easy to break in. As a gal with larger feet, these wide width shoes worked wonders on keeping my back and feet hurting while on concrete all day.
I am getting another pair tomorrow, again from Payless due to the better prices and the better customer service then other places.
January 19, 2013
Don't buy, over priced for how long they will last
I run a construction program, and last year I purchased over 100 pair of these boots for the participants. After 6 months of use all of them are trashed. They just started falling apart as soon as 3 months. I purchased a pair for myself as well with similar problems. The strings went first, then I got a long split across the sole. the leather finish flaked off (foam like feeling) then the padded boot grip ripped off (I guess from pulling them on). I threw them away after 3 months. That works out to $15 per month for boots. Previously I owned Timberland and could get 2-3 years out of a construction boot with better quality and comfort @ a fraction of the the cost.
July 13, 2012
Very poor quility
I received these boots for Christmas and have worn them most every day since. I would describe my usage as moderate as I don't work on a construction site.
The soles have become completely separated from the boot. These boots just did not hold up.
June 15, 2012
Not for serious use
I bought these boots to use on the weekends in the desert and national forest areas of Arizona. Have worn them a few dozen times over a 1-1/2 year period and they are totally shot. Chunks of the tread are missing, the seams near the laces are tearing, and the back of the boot at the top is falling apart. The boots are comfortable, but are not durable for anything more than light duty use.
May 3, 2012
solid boot for work
It does what I need. It is a comfortable boot as I am on my feet most of the day. (260 lbs) I've tried boots up to $125.00. These are every bit as good to me.
April 1, 2012