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.
A very attractive boot, but the tongue extends completely down to the top of the foot. If it does not lay completely flat, it becomes uncomfortabe. Also, if youhang up the boot lace on one of the grommets, it tears into the lace. Overall, alot of work.
I love these boots. I get many compliments on them, even from men :D. They are a true fit and had hoped they would be a little roomier for thicker winter socks, like sorrel boots, but these are so warm and well insulated, I don't need heavier socks in freezing weather.