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OOFOS OOmg Women’s Boot Review

Super packable winter boots great for recovery.

By: Kristi Teplitz + Save to a List

The OOFOS OOmg Boot is the first closed boot to feature the OOFOS OOfoam technology, and your feet will be happy to slip them on after a long day crushing turns in ski boots.

OOFOS is known for their comfy footbed design, and the OOmg boots don’t deviate from that. Super squishy and with solid arch support, each step you take feels like you’re getting a foot massage, making them a great recovery boot. 

Though their soles are not as grippy as say, SORELs, these boots pack down nicely (basically to the size of thick flip-flops), and they're comfortable to wear all day long, so they're great to travel with! They aren't the warmest boots, but their packability makes up for it. They're also water resistant, so your feet stay dry if there's snow to trudge through while on your way to your car or walking the dog. And the bright green interior is a fun color pop if you roll them down!

One note about sizing: because it’s a closed-toe design, OOFOS suggests sizing up if you’re between sizes. I am an 8.5 and sized up to a 9 and they fit great. I wouldn’t want them to be any smaller. 

OOFOS is a huge supporter of Breast Cancer research. $10 from every purchase from their Project Pink Collection and 3% of every purchase from OOFOS.com goes to the Dana Farber Breast Cancer Research team. 

Photos courtesy of Mitch Pittman.

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