Comfort rated to -40°F, these multifunction Baffin Snogoose winter boots are lightweight and comfortable to handle long, active winters.
Two-tone nylon uppers breathe well and resist water and abrasion
Removable liners ensure warmth and breathability with a combination of quick-drying layers; aluminum membrane reflects body heat back into boots
Polyester linings wick moisture away from feet and dry quickly for lasting comfort
Locking snow collars help keep out the cold stuff; nylon lacing with cordlocks deliver a superior fit
Integrated dual-density thermoplastic rubber midsoles and under-arch supports create a boot that is structurally durable, flexible and lightweight
GelFlex midsoles and heels absorb impact to reduce foot fatigue; plus, they provide insulation from the frozen terrain underfoot
Thermoplastic rubber bottoms are waterproof, lightweight, flexible and durable
Aggressive outsole pattern resists clogging while providing exceptional traction and long wear
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.
Rated5out of5bygramaValfromGot the Right Boots this time! The Best!Wear them all the time. In Alaska we live in the snow for several months out of the year. I always seem to have one eye open for a step up in my winter boot gear. I now have a cool boot that is warm and feels good and I love the look!
Date published: 2013-02-27
Rated4out of5byShane SomewherefromDefinitely warm; not completely waterproBought these because my feet always get cold when snow camping. Amazed at how lightweight they are. I wore them for a weekend camping in the Cascades with only liner socks and my feet were warm (not uncomfortably warm) the entire time. This past weekend I put them through a little more than they were designed for... walked through several streams more than ankle-deep on a rainy day that turned snowy higher up. Discovered that only the bottoms are waterproof; the body of the boot is likely water resistant under normal circumstances. I will note that although my feet were soaked, they were still completely warm. Definitely a great cold-weather boot though. Additional notes: they fit fine in snowshoes; they don't have any ankle support; they have poor traction; they're comfortable to walk in.
Date published: 2013-02-16
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