Footwear that rises to the ankle or higher; can be casual or dressy, practical or fashionable. Boots that are designed for protection from the elements may be made of a single, closely-stitched piece of leather, rubber, or other material to prevent the entry of water, mud or dirt. Other types of boots are sturdy in nature, intended for protection in wilderness or industrial settings. Fashionable boots for men and women may have all the variations seen in other shoe styles, including high heels, platforms, and lacings.
Dingo Slouch Pigskin Love these boots
March 05, 2013
Reviewer: Thom from SF Bay Area
I thought boots like these no longer existed. I bought these to replace a pair of boots that I had since the 80's.These boots are much more comfortable than others I've tried.
Wears this shoe: Out at night, or on special occasions
Dingo Engineer Pull-On 10 Nicely made medium weight engineer boots.
February 19, 2013
Reviewer: Norm from Desert SW
Workmanship on these Dingos is excellent, much nicer than on the much more expensive pair of Chippewas I tried and returned (to Amazon). The sole is NOT lugged as seems to be the case in some pictures, but it is plenty tough. Great motorcycle boots.
Wears this shoe: On my Harley.
Dingo Harness Nice boot, feels a little big
February 10, 2013
Reviewer: Dale from Reno, NV
This is a great boot. It wears nicely, no rubbing on the feet, but it does feel a half size too big. I wear a 16 so I was suprised to find it larger rather than smaller (a nice suprise). They are very comfortable for extended wear and the soles have a nice tread so they are acceptable during winter months.
Wears this shoe: Casual everyday wear
Dingo Casual Pigskin 12 nice boots....but.
January 16, 2013
Reviewer: tracy from mukilteo, wa
I like the style. The boots feel a little thin in the material. The metal toe tips aren't exactly the same.
Wears this shoe: casually, on errands, not at work