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Product Review: Bearpaw Phylly Boots

Updated on January 17, 2018
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Brittany Banks is a young woman who likes to let people know about her opinion on a product.


Bearpaw is a great brand to wear for slippers and shoes. It was very common in 2017, to see a woman wearing this type of boot. I decided to purchase a pair, because I like the slippers they make. When I get off of work, these slippers heal my feet. I am not joking, so I thought, well lets try the boots. They cost me $79.99USD at a shoe store at the time. They all run about the same price. I wanted a type of boot that I can wear during winter considering I walk every where.

At first, this type of boot was very comfortable. I wanted to wear them at work and it took a few days for my feet to get used to them. The material was great on the inside. I do like the outside, but I dislike the fact that they are not waterproof. They are part of the Bearpaw Never Wet collection, but there's a difference between never wet and waterproof. They are sprayed with a coating that will allow water to fall off the boots. If you stand in a puddle for maybe five minutes, your feet will be wet. I didn't realize this until a while of wearing them. I ended up buying more spray, it did help, but only for a short period of time.


I do like the style of the boot and they are very comfy. They do last about a year or so if you only wore them during winter of the average of four months. Would I purchase another pair from the Never Wet collection? No, because they are not waterproof. During winter, I walk through slush, puddles, and snow. I need something that is waterproof. I need something that I can wear and I can step in a puddle and nothing happens inside my boots.

The grip on the bottom of the boot was great for awhile until it started getting worn out after a year. If you do drive instead of walking, I would recommend these boots. If you walk everywhere than I wouldn't. Compared to other boots, these are great for a short period of time. After a year of use, I would get another pair or try their waterproof collection. Bearpaw is a great brand and I highly recommend their slippers more than their Never Wet collection.


© 2018 Brittany Banks


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