- Cute enough that you won't step out of them the moment you arrive at work or home, and comfortable enough you'll hike on the coldest days of the year
- UltraDry waterproofing, 400g 3M Thinsulate insulation and dual-density EVA footbeds make these boots an excellent choice when the mercury bottoms out
- UltraDry waterproofing system
- 400g 3M Thinsulate insulation
- Molded rubber heel kicks
- Faux shearling lining
- ColdHold compound rubber outsoles offer traction
|Footwear Height (in.)||Unavailable|
|Upper||1.8mm waterproof suede leather/textile|
|Insulation||400g 3M Thinsulate synthetic fibers|
|Outsole||Rubber with ColdHold Compound|
|Average Footwear Weight (Pair)||2 lbs. 11 oz.|
Hi guys my friend has these in the listed color, the bungee cord color, but the pic on the site is of the brown color ... the bungee cord color is actually what you have right? Thanks
Someone mentioned that she can't drive in these boots. Is that an issue?
Do these run big/small? Are they true to size?
Is the sizing accurate?
Do these come in wide width?
Hi, I have a ? re: Vasque Pow Wow Women's. I am not looking for "style." Please no more girly frills for me! Mostly I want boots to keep me warm! I get cold easily, and have a very narrow foot. I wear size 7 running shoe, w/ inserts. Which size?
Tried these in 8.5 - I wear size 8-8.5 boots. Too tight; I sent them back. Then tried Keen polar - my other Keen boots fit great (size 8.5). I ordered Keens in size 9 as reviews said go up a size. Arrived today: too tight!. Should I try Vasque, size 9?
I will be traveling to Fairbanks, Alaska in the middle of winter (January), where the weather will be VERY snowy and VERY cold. Lots of hiking and walking in 17 degrees below zero-- are these boots going to be enough? Are they *fully* waterproof? Thanks!