The path to success begins with the feet—at least, that’s what Muk Luks has found. The design house first made a name for itself in 1972 with a titular line of cozy knit slipper socks. This comfort proved contagious, leading Muk Luks to expand its horizons with heartier soles and fabrics that could withstand the rigors of rain, sleet, and snow. Today, the footwear company plays with a mix of textures and patterns, and even cossets legs with microfiber tights. But that’s not to say Muk Luks has abandoned its roots. More durable than ever, the boots still bear the signature knitting that makes them as warm and inviting as a winter sweater.
They are narrow and longer than his regular shoe size. He says the construction and materials are not quality at all. He feels they aren't going to last very long. I reminded him that he's comparing them to a high quality pair of leather house shoes I bought at Macy's that lasted 8 years.
If you're expecting good quality for this price you will not be happy with these shoes.