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Jambu Shoes review
It is no secret that I have a shoe addiction. Ask any woman in my family, if you need to borrow a pair of shoes I am the person to call. I literally have several shoes that are all the same just different colors. At this point I have to rotate Summer/Spring shoes with my Winter/Fall shoes since I don't have enough room up front year round.
I love them! I love having choices, I love having a shoe for each outfit and most of I love that no matter my mood I will have a shoe to match it.
For those of you thinking my god what a brat I want to mention I still have shoes from my Sophomore year in high-school. So my huge collection has taken years to accumulate. I take really good care of them.
So you figure my Sophomore year I was 16, I am now 28. When I buy a shoe I want it to last me a long time. I look for style, comfort and durability.
Jambu Shoes gets a A+++ in each of those departments.
Their shoes are stylish, comfortable, durable and also perfect for the season. Plus several of their styles are vegan friendly.
I was personally able to review the Jambu Eskimo Women's Boot
The faux-fur lining paired with the quilted and leather of the Eskimo will keep your feet cozy and looking their best no matter what mother-nature brings your way this season.
Lets talk more about that, I love the exposed faux-fur. There is just enough peeking out that it adds a little character to the boots.
They really do look cute with so many outfits! I wanted to share a photo of me wearing them with a dress, belt and leggins.
There is a side strap and button too. All of which just adds to the unique style of the boot.
The wool and leather combination really adds trendiness. I like the mixture of the two. And don't worry about the wool it is water resistant boiled wool so no water getting to your feet.
Actually the entire boot meets SATRA standards for water resistant technology. So you are certified guaranteed not to get wet feet :)
The antibacterial insole provides breathable all day comfort. Speaking of comfort the memory foam insole is incredible and feels great on the feet. Not to mention the non-slip partially recycle rubber!
You can look good, feel good and not have to worry about wiping out with this unbelievable traction.
What more could you ask for?
Oh yeah durability.
Now I only had the boot for a few weeks, so I can't claim that I had them for years. I have a feeling though the Eskimo is going to be with me for a long time. You can just tell by looking at it and feeling it that they are top quality.
A lot of effort went into making these boots comfortable, trendy, water resistant and giving them traction. Jambu puts a lot of time and care into their shoe line and it more than shows.
A few more things I want to mention is the boot is true to size. Mine fit perfectly.
The fur lining goes all through the boot so it is super soft inside!
The rubber bottoms really do have lots of traction so I can see this being not only a great fashion boot, but also a boot that is great for the snow too.
The zipper side makes sure they are easy to get off and on.
Jambu has partnered with American Forests to help make a difference.
Their box is completely recyclable, the packaging was amazing and Jambu not only took great time and care in making the boot they also took time when shipping. Both boots came in their own little sack (Also recyclable) and had cardboard inside to make sure they didn't get bent up when coming to my house.
The Eskimo Boot is only one of many items offered at Jambu they also have men and kids shoes.
I already have two pair on my Christmas list :)
To learn more and see all their great styles please see my link below: