With a travel-ready design, the Teva Chair 5 winter boots boast a light, flexible and insulated design along with waterproof protection for excellent winter performance.
Flexible, lightweight and waterproof textile uppers have synthetic leather reinforcements and seam-sealed construction to keep your feet and socks dry
Uppers can be compacted down to save space when traveling
250g Thinsulate™ LiteLoft™ synthetic insulation keeps your feet warm down to -25°F during active use
Removable boot liner adds versatility, letting you wear them around the cabin as pseudo-slippers
Light EVA midsoles provide ample cushioning while maintaining flexibility for sneakerlike comfort; nylon shanks add stability and support
White Spider rubber outsoles retain their grip in freezing temperatures, making the Teva Chair 5 boots great winter performers
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 of5byfstopfitzgeraldfromLightweight Light DutyThis is a nice light weight comfortable winter boot for temps above +20F. I wear this boot with a medium merino wool sock on winter walks, snow shoveling and traveling about town. Beats the clunk of an average boot for urban pursuits. I still rely on my heavier wool lined pac boots for extended outdoor work and extreme cold, but these boots are a nice alternative. These are not slip on and kick off boots. The inner liner, velcro and lacing take a bit of time, but make for a custom, comfotable fit. Good grip on snow.
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated4out of5byLove my fatsofromgood boot but needs tweakingi've been using these boots in temps from 0 to 35 degrees. They are fussy getting on and off but once on are great. I bought a half size bigger than i normally wear and wear a midweight wool sock. my idea was to go lightweight for hikes and bike rides. they are ideal for my usage. i would not recommend them for less than zero unless you are doing something very active. You should buy a size and a half bigger if you intend to put a thermal sole between the bootie and the boot.
Date published: 2013-01-23
Rated4out of5byCrashman317fromI would buy this product againA very light and convenient cold weather boot for the active and non-active individual. With less support than a Sorel but equal warmth this boot is ideal for the traveling cold weather adventurer given its weight and flexibility to pack. Not something for the avid cold weather hiker although these can be easily worn to snowshoe. Great après boot. From my shoe size they fit true to form.
Date published: 2012-11-30
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