Chaco Credence Tall Boot

Priced: $97.46 - $199.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
Chaco Credence Tall Boot
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Chaco's Credence Tall Nurl boots are built with rich full-grain leather and a Vibram rubber outsole for lasting wear in winter conditions. The sculpted LUVSEAT insole promises comfortable arch support and a shorter break-in period.

Lining and Layers:

  • Suede and textile lining

Midsole:

  • ChaPU midsole with nylon shank

Support and Cushioning:

  • The Luvseat platform adds arch support to match your foot's shape while the renowned ChaPU midsole cushions your steps if you're out all night

Traction and Grip:

  • A Vibram Icetrek Nurl rubber outsole grips snowy steps and sidewalks after a bottle of wine

Upper:

  • Smooth and sturdy full-grain leather upper

Manufactured:

  • Made in China

Features:

  • Slipping on this eleven-inch boot is easy thanks to side tabs and a smooth, unlined pigskin sockliner
  • Removable LUVSEAT insole pushes your arch back up into its natural position for a stride similar to walking barefoot on dirt
Backcountry.com
So what if your date night falls on the same night a snowstorm hits town? With the all-leather Chaco Credence Tall Boot you can still make your reservation without sacrificing an ounce of class for the five-star restaurant. The seam-taped leather provides both water-resistance and sleek sophistication for wintry nights out with VIPs or a special lady.

Rock/Creek Outfitters

Combing beautiful full grain leather uppers with a new Vibram outsole for a mix of winter conditions, to keep you fit for your adventure. Chaco's ChaPU midsole creates the contoured LUVSEAT platform, providing lasting arch support and alignment for a lovely ride. This unlined, fixed fit boot is a classic kick-around for all of your romps in wintery conditions. The Vibram outsole is built to handle a mix of winter conditions to keep you fit for your adventures.

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Fit:LUVSEAT, Fixed Fit
Shoe Lining:Unlined, Pigskin Sockliner
Shoe Sole:Non-marking, Vibram Icetrek Nurl Outsole
Shoe Upper:Full Grain Leather Upper
Weight:24 oz.

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Chaco Credence Tall Boot Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These boots are pretty truckin rad. Never worn Chacos before these and they are way comfy! It takes a touch of effort To get yo stomper in 'em but the fit is really good and true to size. And they stay on well as a result of it taking a little effort to get your foot in them. I'm also not a boot (these kind of boots anyhow) wearer so I'm not used to having to force my foot into footwear. The leather is killer, so soft yet tough. I've worn them outside at -10F and my feet definitely got cold but I was plesently surprised at how long it took. With that said they aint winter boots but they keep snow out and my feet warm enough walking up to class. All in all great boots that are like walking on clouds, pretty sure I could run in them if I didn't think I'd get blisters

George Ferree at Backcountry.com on 03/02/2012

Not sure what the only other reviewer on this site is talking about but I ordered my boots in the same size I always wear (12) and they fit perfectly. High quality like all other chaco boots. I love the look.

skiaddict at Backcountry.com on 01/08/2012

Negative Reviews:

These are definitely not true to size. Ordered my size and could not get either foot in the boot.

Ski Bum Poet at Backcountry.com on 01/05/2012

Neutral Reviews:

I was on the fence about which chaco boot to buy. These boots are gorgeous. Love the color and the leather. It's so soft. High quality. The boots are extremely comfortable. They are even warm for not being truly insulated and I live in NH/VT. However, they don't do well keeping even a little water out. I think they are fine for light rain, but NOT puddles if they are deeper than the sole thickness. I'm not sure what to use these for since they are boots but can't keep some basic elements out. In my opinion, if they made this boot in a waterproof but uninsulated version, it would be perfect and great for year round use. Since they are boots, for me they do need to be able to keep out some rain and small puddles from seeping into my boots so I'm returning them to get the Chaco Credence Wool waterproof version instead. I was hoping the credence tall boots would be fairly waterproof so I could use year round but decided I need waterproof instead.

skiaddict at Backcountry.com on 01/27/2012