How easy are these to put on? I want something I can just step into. Do you have to use the pulls on the back of the boots?
CODY B I read several reviews and ordered The North Face Arctic Pull-On II boots a half size larger than my regular shoes. They were still pretty snug and I thought maybe I should have gone larger but after a day or two I am very pleased with the fit. Because of the design, I think these are not boots to just slip on and you do have to use the pulls on the back of the boots. I just wear regular tube socks and haven't had any problems with my feet getting cold and we have been as low as 10 degrees already.
CRAIG A I think these boots run a little tight. I did have some trouble pulling them on for that reason. I would think if you ordered one size larger you would get your desired result.
MARNI M Yes. They are very stiff.
ROBERT G The ease of on-and-off is one of the best features about these boots. Slip right into them, and pull them right off, and yet they are not a sloppy fit on the foot.
KARMA T EXTREMELY HARD TO PUT YOUR FEET IN. there is no problem with the shoe's length, the problem is the fit, i mean the width. My regular show size is 8 and I ordered 8 and half. when I tried it, I had extremely hard time getting my feet in. My feet was begging mercy once t was inside the shoe. I then had very very hard time getting my feet out. QUALITY AND PROTECTION IS SURE VERY GOOD but very very tight fit. If I order size 9th, it would be too long and not good to walk and I will still feel tight in width. NORTH FACE needs to do something about all its shoe. what's the use of HIGH QUALITY when your feet doesn't even get in?
very disappointed cos I really wanted this to protect me from snow and ice in winter