Stomp about in the snow freely in the Merrell Whiteout 8 Waterproof winter boots, which offer waterproof, insulated comfort rated to -40°F.
Full-grain leather uppers with nylon panels feature thermoplastic urethane (TPU) half-shells to provide exceptional protection against extreme conditions
Lace-up design with heel loops offers a quick and secure fit; baffled tongues keep out debris, snow and moisture
Waterproof liners let feet breathe while protecting them from the elements, keeping feet dry and comfortable
Features 200g polyester fiber insulation to maximize warmth
Polyester faux fur linings are treated with an antibacterial treatment to deter odor development
Features molded TPU shells and backstays with snowshoe strap ridges; front gaiter D-rings simplify gaiter use
Insoles feature reflective silver film sandwiched between insulating polyester layers to prevent conductive heat loss to the ground
Compression-molded EVA midsoles and Air Cushion heel air pods absorb shock and cushion feet; molded nylon arch shanks supply stability and support
Q-Form™ alignment system provides women with a precise anatomic fit for superb, tailored comfort
Rugged rubber outsoles on the Whiteout 8 winter boots feature siped 6mm lugs that deliver superb performance across snow, ice and slush
Temperature ratings are approximate based on high activity levels and can be affected by many conditions, including weather, wearer's activity level, fitness, metabolism, perspiration, circulation, exposure time, clothing and cold sensitivity.
Rated4out of5bySusaninCOfromGreat winter boots for snowshoeingMy husband bought these boots for me to use to snowshoe. They are very warm and completely waterproof. I trudged through the snow for two hours and my feet were completely warm and not a drop of snow got in. My only complaint is that they feel a little stiff when you are just walking around in them. I hope that will loosen up over time. Overall, a great boot and they look pretty cool too.
Date published: 2014-02-03
Rated5out of5byOutdoor HikerfromExcellent Fashionable Warm BootI bought these for hiking with my Golden Retriever during the winter months as well as for use in my outdoor winter flag football league. They are extremely comfortable with the exception of the front of the boot where the laces are. If you tie too tightly, it will hurt when you walk. Easily fixable by loosening the laces. They are very warm and pretty nice looking. I got a lot of compliments on them. They are light weight which allows me to run in them for Flag Football and keeps my toes warm in snowy conditions. They are perfect for hiking. I ordered a 1/2 size bigger to accommodate thick socks and I'm happy I did. Excellent boot, Highly recommended.
Date published: 2014-01-29
Rated5out of5bypeanut-bfromLove these!I can't say enough positive things about these boots. I've been hiking for a few years now but never thought about venturing out into the snow until this year. I spoke with a rep and decided on these boots. Took 'em out on a hike this past Saturday with snow and ice. The boots were comfortable, warm and provided great traction. At one point trying to get a photo of a waterfall I accidentally stepped in a stream (water over the top of my foot) and no water seeped in. At the summit, it was rocky and icy and I only slipped once (I'm very accident prone so this is excellent for me). I would highly recommend these boots.
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated4out of5byHBStaciefromPleased with my purchaseI purchased these boots specifically for snowshoeing. They were very easy to break in. They kept my feet warm and dry. The fit is very true to size. My favorite feature is the notch on the back that helps keep the back strap on the snowshoe from sliding down. They felt heavier in my hand than other boots but I didn't feel they were too heavy on my feet. I purchased them on sale and thought they were a great value.
Date published: 2013-02-20
Rated1out of5bySBGfromToo SmallThese boot were way too small, I think! Ordered 1/2 size larger than my usual during spring sale. When I tried them on sitting in house were OK. But in practice I couldn't lace them tight enough to keep my foot from sliding forward just enough to cramp my toes. Very unpleasant.
Date published: 2012-12-12
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