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BEARPAW brand was founded in 2001 with the intention of redefining casual footwear by utilizing sheepskin, nature’s own technical fabric, to create comfortable and stylish shoes.
Sheepskin naturally regulates body temperature so feet stay cooler and drier in the heat and warmer in the cold. In one of the most competitive footwear market segments, BEARPAW has carved out a niche area by providing customers with comfort and sensibility to set itself apart. From slippers to boots to casual footwear, only the finest materials are used to produce BEARPAW shoes. Built to deliver quality and style, every pair of BEARPAW shoes focuses on comfort and fit, using the highest standards of craftsmanship
My daughters, ages 15 and 17 absolutely love BEARPAW boots! My girls are very stylish young ladies. When I was given the opportunity to review BEARPAW's luxurious boots, my girls were absolutely thrilled. Each one of my daughters selected their favorite pair. Kendallyn chose the Women's Meadow Boot, and Myelie chose the Women's Boreal Boot.
Meadow 10" Boot
This medium-height women's boot by BEARPAW® offers a style that's well paired with denim, a casual skirt, or country dress, with a ruggedly comfortable design ideal for kicking around town. The upper is made of soft suede for a natural look, and the boot's luxuriously cozy lining provides increased cushioning and all-over comfort. The top of the boot can be folded down to expose some of the lining, creating a fashionable accent. The newly designed treaded rubber sole offers improved grip and durability.
- 10" tall
- Boot opening measures approximately 14 inches around
- Cow suede upper
- Sheepskin and wool blend lining
- Sheepskin footbed
- Woven heel and collar logos
- Classic TPR rubber cupsole with stitched detail
Kendallyn's Experience: She absolutely loves her Meadow boots because they are not only comfortable, warm and cozy like slippers, they are also stylish! They are a perfect pair of boots to own to complete your fashion wardrobe because not only do they look adorable with a skirt, but you can also pair them with skinny jeans or leggings. They are so versatile!
Kendallyn rocks her BearPaws
Women's Boreal Boot
When the snow is deep and the weather is cold this is the boot that you will reach for every time. The 16" shaft and wool blend lining will keep out the snow and the cold and, of course, the sheepskin footbed will keep your feet warm and comfortable.
- 16" tall
- Cow suede vamp and heel counter
- Nylon shaft with decorative patch
- Pocket detail and bungee cord drawstring
- Wool blend lining
- Sheepskin footbed
- Woven heel logo
- Semi clear rubber outsole with cork cupsole
- Water shedding tread design and stitched detail
Myelie's Experience: Myelie chose Boreal style boots because since winter is rapidly approaching, she wanted a stylish snow boot that would look amazing with her skinny jeans as well as her skirts. We live way up on a hill where we get our share of snow. Myelie often has to catch the bus for school, and must walk quite a long was to her bus stop. She absolutely loves her Boreal boots because they are very warm and cozy as well as oh, so cute! Definitely fashionable.
These boots were made for walking! (Not really, but they sure do keep a girls feet warm!)
Another thing we love about BEARPAW is that they are just as fashionable as UGGS but way more affordable. They also seem to last forever.
To learn more about BEARPAW or to check out their vast selection of adorable boots go to: http://www.bearpaw.com
Disclaimer: I received two pairs of boots to review and to keep. The opinions are my own.
Wow. After a very windy night, the power went out briefly this morning at 3am, but turned back on by 5:50am, just in time for our kids to get ready for school. After they caught the bus, I went back to bed and dozed off until 9am when the phone rang. My 7th grader, Myelie was calling for me to pick her up at school, as she had a migrane. I looked out the window and was almost blown away. There was a quarter of an inch of snow on the ground and it was coming down steady. I was terrified to drive in the snow, because I had an accident driving in it a year ago. So, I got my little Braxton out of bed and bundled him up, and kicked that truck of mine into four wheel drive. I started to slide sideways coming down our hill, but thakfully I was able to control it. I crept into town at 20mph and decided to pick up my high school kids as well as Myelie and I am utterly glad that I did, because seven hours later the snow is still coming down hard and not relenting. It turns out they cancelled school after all at 11:45 am.
So, my children are really digging this snow day. Three of my oldest son's band members came to huddle in the basement playing not music, but video games. They are outside right now, however, sledding and snowboarding down the hills. It's funny, my little Braxton just wants to be with the 'big guys.' He is following them around and hanging out with them (although they aren't too happy about it, but that's just how it is.)
Snow was not in the forecast, so this is really unusual weather. My kids are definitely keeping their fingers crossed for another snow day tomorrow. Personally, I love snow. Spring is nice, but I will take snow over rain any day.