I've had two sets of these boots. First pair was stolen at the end of last winter so I replaced again this fall. For Pacific Northwest riding, these boots will keep you covered pretty well through most of the winter. I get cold feet really easily, so these come out whenever the temps are below 50. Below 40 I go two pairs of socks. I really don't have any complaints about these boots.
Absolutely love this pair of shoes. The fit was excellent, snapped in and out fantastically, and really kept my feet warm on the cold days. I dont mind my feet being a little warm so I wore them into the spring. I would recommend these to anyone.
These boots are not as insulated as some winter boots, but I purchased a size or two larger to accommodate thicker socks. Nice for commuting due to the ease of putting on and taking off. Not totally waterproof but I have ridden through some pretty wet conditions and feet stayed relatively dry.
Bought these shoes primarily for winter commuting. I commute year round and the main challenge for me in the winter is warmth of extremities. These shoes have solved that on all but the extremest of cold days, and even on negative Fahrenheit days, paired with the right socks they can get me through my half hour commute (though probably not much further). Water resistance is also appreciated, especially on those days hovering right around freezing with precipitation. Probably the best bike-related purchase I've made this year.