Boots for ice and snow are typically made from waterproof materials and have a thick sole to provide insulation and traction. They are designed to keep your feet dry and warm in cold weather conditions.
Lightweight Waterproof Snow Boots. Sure-footed, lightweight, and ready for winter’s worst, the Women’s ICE MAIDEN II boots let you storm through the snow in style. These versatile winter boots provide protection in cold weather thanks to 200g insulation and Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber.
The boots will also protect when things get wet thanks to the waterproof leather and textile upper, and the waterproof seam-sealed membrane bootie. The Techlite lightweight midsole offers long-lasting comfort, superior cushioning, and high energy return.
The faux-fur trim provides a touch of class and plenty of winter warmth and style.
The Icon of the Baffin Brand. The Baffin Impact is the extreme cold boot that put Baffin on the map as the elite manufacturer of polar proven boots. Used by dog sledders at the Iditarod in Alaska, adventurers trekking to the North Pole, hearty souls hauling Everest expeditions to base camp, as well as weekend warrior ice fishing in Wisconsin to snowmobiling in Northern Maine.
The Impact is a boot that has been tested in the most extreme elements of winter and continues to be a boot of choice for those not afraid of living life in the colder winter climates. Available in additional colors! Is the Baffin -148° F boot the right choice for you? Learn more about Baffin’s Extreme Cold Winter Boots!.
Im going to be straight because winter and cold is my life. I bought my Baffins back at the beginning of Dec 2021 and have waited until Jan 31, 2022 so I could wear them regularly for a month doing different chores and activities as to make a good review.
I’ve owned just about every Cold Quality boot on the market. That being said This is a Good Boot. I went with Eigers because Velcro instead of laces dont get wet and freeze as bad. Wet frozen ties are no fun if you need to remove or re-tie your boot when its below 0.
These Boots are comfortable although they are alittle tight but that maybe my fault, Ill explain later. Take note At -10F my toes get abit of a chill when Im not moving/walking around. This is sad because I’d loose my toes at the Temp-rate they say this boot is rated for.
My feet stay nice and dry in the boot walking through creeks, they dont leak water. Ive always liked boots with a top Shin pull tie, I like this feature thx. I also like that these boots have a calf extension to make the boot taller when needed.
Id say the saddest thing for me is at -10F my toes should not get a chill in these boots. I have $80. 00 name brand winter hiking boot that the foot warmth feels the same as these Baffins do at -10F but Im pretty sure I may know why: I wear a USA size 12 in a normal Summer hiking boot or shoe.
In winter boots I always buy a USA size 14 (except my USGI boots and they are a 13) so I can wear nice quality wool socks in them. With these Baffins I bought a USA size 14 like normal and I can only wear a regular white cotton socks in them my foot is tight in these Baffins US size 14, so maybe I should have bought a US size 15 or 16 but a size 16 would be like wearing snow shoe.
If I wear a normal shoe of 12 and a winter boot of 14 I should not have to wear a 15-16 in Baffin I wouldn’t think. That being said these Baffin size 14 will not fit in my snowshoes (Super Bummer!) I catch myself hiking in 2 ft of snow sometimes and snowshoes are helpful and are always in on my pack.
Long Term Hiking/Pack-camping 4-6 hours this boot is abit bulky but Im starting to get use to it. As mentioned I can not wear a good quality sock in my Baffins which is sad because I bought the Expedition socks for that extra comfort and I can only wear them in my other sets of boots.
Over-all Im going to be so truthful it may hurt you but my US Government Issue Mickey Mouse Boots cost me $59. 95 on a surplus sight 8years ago and they are just as good as these Baffins BUT! in all fairness to Baffins their Boots are cooler looking then my USGI boots.
The Expedition Socks fit nice in my USGI size 13 Boots and Im very Happy with my Expedition socks I highly recommend them. No matter what your wear on your feet Enjoy the Cold Weather and Pray for more Snow.
I’ve had knee replacements and currently have arthritis in my hips. I walk – alot – in the fight still. The problem our home is in a remote area on a lake in Manitoba. We can get fierce winter weather.
I have never missed my daily walk because of weather and that requires a quality boot for extended time in extreme cold. The boot must also trudge through deep snow and keep my feet warm and dry. In the last several weeks this has been tested and breezed through – always keeping my feet warm, but never overheating.
These things I expected from a boot of this pedigree, though the never overheating was a surprise. What really exceeds expectations is how I can walk in these boots. When I first put them on and felt how they pushed out the air I thought they would never work.
However, after getting used to them, I can put on the miles quite comfortably. This I did not expect from a extreme cold weather boot. I really thought I would have to drop my program on the bad weather days and just get whatever I could.
I am really impressed all around. To date I have nothing on the “CON” column to report. Owing to other reviewers, I ordered mine a full size larger. They fit perfectly.
I bought the Eiger Boots this winter for moving up to northern BC due to the temperate getting down to -58 C. I was initially pleased with the weight considering the size and insulation value. Worst part of these boots are the straps, they do NOT work well.
The boots are a bit big and your feet slide around inside, so I tried to tighten the straps to help it stay on my foot, but when I tightened them the metal rings immediately bent and have continued to bend when the straps are being tightened.
Seems like the metal rings are made from coat hangers. Inability to secure your heal meens that it rubs the inside if the boot, can cause blisters and wear the boot out quicker. I was sitting out ice fishing in -30 C (no shelter) and after 1 hr my toes got very cold.
All that being said they are a decent boot but poor quality strap design. I would like to see a more effective strap system or at least a tougher ring.
Watch out winter, there’s a new boot in town. You can trust the waterproof material, thinsulate lining and ceramic lug outsole to keep your feet and calves dry, warm and comfortable. It’s functionality and dependability at their best.
Bought this boot earlier this season, loved the way it looked out of the box. Unfortunately that’s where it ended. Liner is not glued to the shell, so it gets caught on your heel every time you put your foot in, and eventually rips.
And then, not even half way through the season, the seam between the sole and the shell on the instep popped, rendering the boot all but useless in snow and water. Customer service was less than helpful when I called to remedy the situation.
Definitely not the quality you’d expect for a boot in this price range.
Sorel Sorel Explorer Boot Winter boots (15, black/grey) – A little different in terms of design and a little more comfortable than usual, the Sorel Explorer Boot winter boots by Sorel are flexible boots for everyday wear, winter hiking and travel! These mid-cut boots are made of waterproof suede as an upper, with PU leather covers on the eyelets, heel and dirt trap.
The EVA outsole gives a good grip on slippery surfaces and insulates against cold ground, while the midsole with ergonomic EVA footbed cushions each step. The modern Sorel logo is prominently displayed in rubber on the heel.
The footbed has a fabric cover and can be removed for airing. Are you looking for a pair of winter boots with the soft and straightforward comfort of a pair of trainers? Then look no further than the Sorel Explorer Boot winter boots!.
My first impression of these boots was that they have an elegant finish and aren’t very bulky. Upon trying them on, I loved how warm, soft and cozy they felt against my skin. I loved how they fit securely with or without socks and the sizing is spot on (I always go a half size bigger for boots to allow for socks, but was pleasantly surprised how well they still fit without socks).
I really love the inner lining. It is extremely warm and soft and doesn’t itch like some other insulated boots do. I also feel like my feet can breathe in these. It’s easy to slide your feet in and out of these boots without unthreading the laces (big plus for me!) The sole is a very well cushioned, durable rubber with great traction and you can walk with these for hours.
They were a little squeaky at first but it’s gotten better. Sorel has basically combined the comfort of sneakers with the warmth and protection of waterproof boots. I can’t yet attest if they are indeed waterproof, as I haven’t trudged with them through rain or snow.
I got these in the color “grill” and I feel like they go with most colors. They are high enough to walk through snow, and hit at a flattering part of the ankle. I’m a little concerned that the white rubber on the bottom part will get stained, but hopefully it will be easy to clean.
These boots took a total of 10 minutes to break in. The only area that really needed breaking in is the upper area of the boots that were pushing against my ankle. I was nervous at first, but after 10 minutes they softened up and are super comfortable.
Personally, I would like to see a slightly more fashionable and sleek version of these boots so I can wear them on more occasions.
So I got these complimentary to review them. I was a little ehhhh about the pictures. I thought these looked like a little above Shoe Dazzle whoes which iI can wear for about a month(if worn consistently) and then need to throw them way before they ache my feet too much or they rip.
So first off, The first day is always the hardest because Of break in. I felt a week was better. And i felt them before putting it on and that stitching felt pretty good. The boots say they are waterproof and they felt nice as heck! They were super comfortable after the break in.
I dont think the break in period was horrible but obviouslythey are now more comfortable. I wanted to provide a very well review so I have been wearing them every single day for weeks. They keep your feet dry and warm.
I did have a pump sprayer i use to clean windows outside and i simulated what could be heavy rain and they did great. i did not have any part wet. I think the quality is super good and you can wear them for hours.
I have found the next pair ill be purchasing and they are wheat and gray. These are perfect if you also like a little broken in style. Definitely recommend.
I bought these shoes because I was going on a girls weekend and they were calling for snow. I’m from the south, so we are not used to snow. I wanted something warm and waterproof but also stylish. I’ve never bought Sorel brand before and really hesitated spending the money for something I wasn’t going to wear often, but I did.
WOW…they are so comfortable. I have bad sciatica pain and have to get new tennis shoes for work every 3 months or my back will start hurting. We walked around in the snow off and on all day, up and down hills in these boots and my back never bothered me and my feet stayed warm and dry.
Meanwhile, my friend was not wearing sorel boots and she kept complaining her feet were cold. I am now researching sorel sneakers to wear to work. I really hope that the sneakers are just as comfortable as these boots.
I am normally a 9. 5 in most shoes (except athletic tennis shoes, but I got a 10 in these boots so that I would be able to wear thicker socks. I probably could have gone down to a 9. 5, but didn’t want them to be too tight with thick socks.
Dryshod Arctic Storm Men’s Boots are the extreme-cold conditions winter boots that provide extra layers of protection for unsurpassed warmth on the coldest days. Featuring DS1 molded outsole, 6 layers of protection plus EVA cold-blocking midsole, protective foam, warm fleece lining, removable molded EVA sockliner, double achilles heel and instep reinforcement for comfort and protection.
What’s more, these boots are 100 % waterproof with 4-way stretchable breathable airmesh lining ensuring your feet stay dry and comfortable. Only genuine hand-laid rubber is used in the boot construction.
DS-1 Outsole. This is a premium two-piece sole with a high-traction moulded-rubber outsole and comfortable cold-blocking EVA-sponge midsole designed for outdoor use. The outsole is made of natural rubber and features an inner set lugs of designed for maximum any-angle grip and flex, while the outer lugs are designed for maximum lateral/medial support and wear.
The spacing of the lugs and slight radius at the bottom of each lugs helps to release and minimize build up of mud and debris on the outsole during use. The toe bumper is designed to rise above the toe line to protect the toes and provide support to the entire toe box of the boot.
The rear bumper is designed with a large rigid “kick spur” for easy-off convenience, plus rises above the heel bone (calcaneus) to provide maximum protection and support to the entire heel area. Lastly, the sole is designed with a wide base in the forefoot and heel to provide greater support and stability on a variety of rough terrains.
The Haymaker’s non-pigmented gum rubber formula sole is slightly softer and more grippy on wet or dry surfaces. It also has a higher content of natural rubber, making it naturally more resistant to barnyard elements such as urine and manure.
I’m a 55 y. o. organic, grazing dairy farmer in Wi. When time allows, I also deer and rabbit hunt, predator trap, and trout fish our local streams. I’ve always struggled to find a boot that is comfortable to walk and work in, but would still keep my feet warm when I’m not moving around much.
These boots have kept my feet warm – all the time. Regardless if I’m sitting on a chilly fall deer stand, or milking in the parlor on a frigid day, my feet stay warm. Plus they offer great foot support and internal moisture control when you put some miles on them.
There are many days in the fall and winter that I have these boots on for 16 hrs every day, and I walk miles moving portable fences for my cows, and these boots have held up great. Warm, waterproof, and comfortable.
The boot itself is good. Husband/farmer wore his winter/summer for almost 2 years until this springs muck did them in. The boot is an Overland Hi. Cabela’s needs to get their advertising/display straightened out.
I ordered the Overland Hi & got the Mid & was charged for the Hi price. Cabela’s did make good on it after I called them. They actually sent these Premium which are the Overland Hi to replace the Mid ones.
Problem was we needed them for a blizzard & flooding & got the wrong ones. What a disappointment opening the box. It was a hassle too with the phone calls & the return & it took some time but finally got the right ones.
Cabela’s needs to make a correction on the advertising/display so watch what you’re buying. All in all, a good boot, good fit.
I bought a pair of these boots a year ago. Really liked them for ice fishing. They were well insulated on the soles and kept me up off the ice. The traction was fair but I would recommend cleats for hard water fishing.
My only regret is in buying a half size too small. While wearing thicker socks, they felt a bit tight. I purchased the next size up, gave the first ones to my very outdoorsy daughter, and she loves them.
Thank you for a reasonably priced product that delivers as it is advertised.
Chilkat IV from The North Face look like regular hiking boots and they have DryVent waterproof construction and durable Winter Grip rubber soles with temperature-sensitive IcePick lugs for optimum traction, just like good winter hiking boots should.
But the Chilkat IVs also come with Heatseeker insulation for exceptional warmth. Plus, the footbeds are moulded to trap air and retain warmth so it’s not lost to the ground. Men’s sizes.
I deliver all during winter and these boots are perfect for my needs. This is my second pair the last pair lasted me around 8 years. I love how easy they are to get off and on with the newer design. They get excellent traction in snow and ice.
I can get safely from store to car and car to delivery without slipping. These boots are very warm with the heatseeker insulation so I only have to wear a second pair of socks on the coldest days. They are great in the late fall and early spring as well when it’s cold, muddy and rainy here.
Since they are waterproof I don’t have to worry about my feet getting soaked and they get great traction in the mud as well. My only complaint is that snow can get into the boot rather easily with the lower top.
I can’t really count that against the boot as it’s part of the design but I wouldn’t recommend this boot for anything more than casual winter wear because of that. So perfect for someone who has to be out and about in bad weather but needs the convenience of a pull-on boot.
The Nonface Men’s Chilkat 400 II is an absolute Trash someone from corporate or quality control is taking shortcut. I wanted a warm boot I paid the extra money. I bought these boots at the Mall of America in Minnesota in December 2011 3 months later on 3/4/2022 these boots literally split open I was in shock.
I don’t to do labor work I only used these boots when I go to the dog park. I have to circulation or health issues. When I went to the store the employees at the Mall of America didn’t care whatsoever.
That situation was so bad I left the boots with the store employee and left. I felt so gross and taking advantage, I went home and dumped all of my North face products to the homeless Shelter. These boots are not rated for -40 as mentioned that’s false advertisement.
When the weather drops to 22 degrees your feet will get cold extremely fast. That’s a 100 % accurate review buy these only if you are stupid and have money to waste. These boots are useless.
Ultimate Warm Winter Boot. The men’s SNOW MONSTER Boot by Baffin powers through the coldest temperatures on the planet with warmth, protection and comfort. The inner boot is comprised of multiple layers, nestled in an Arctic Rubber shell.
Contoured insulated leather traps warmth, and the waffle comb footbed keeps it there. The waterproof seam-sealed upper shuts out all moisture. The snow collar and EVA midsole make it well-equipped for any kind of inclement weather.
When I first put these on I thought they were too small. But after breaking them in they started feeling better, been looking at reviews for baffin boots so ordered two sizes up. Maybe adding couple more inches in height and making outer materials thicker would be an improvement but they’re good.
I stick them to a boot dryer since they sweat after using them but they hardly get cold. Happy with purchase since they’re light, would recommend.
The original Sorel Caribou is still a favourite for all-purpose winter work and play. Seam sealed leather upper and a vulcanized rubber shell are burly enough to withstand Canadian winters, and the 9mm wool felt liner provides reliable warmth.
Like a wooden toboggan and a plaid hat with earflaps, these are a winter classic for a reason, Sorel has wisely kept the original design largely unchanged. Seam sealed waterproof nubuck leather upper for full waterproof protection.
Removable ThermaPlus felt inner boot with a wicking inner layer for moisture management and a reflective thermal membrane for warmth. Sherpa Pile snow cuff keeps snow out. Vulcanized rubber lower shell for durability.
Midsoles with a 2. 5mm bonded felt frost plug insulate against ice and snow. AeroTrac rubber outsole gives traction on snow surfaces.
I guess you pay for the brand name a bit with those ones, as the quality is really average. The construction and materials look and feel cheap, the rubber toes had a lot of marks, and the sizing seems all over the place.
I ordered 10, 1. 5 and 11 and they were all too small (I usually wear 10) and very similar lengthwise. They seemed well insulated, so we’ll give them that, but I would have not paid more than half the MSRP.
For 30-40$ more, there are far better choices, like some Helly Hansen models and Keen’s Circadia Polar.
I will hopefully use this product for short winter walks and snow shoveling. These boots were tight coming out of the box but after wearing them for a while and trying different types of socks they seem to have loosened up a little.
I’m not sure if going up to a size 14 would have fixed this issue as I am already experiencing some slippage in the heel area. I don’t want it to be too loose on the back end either. I can’t say at this time if I would recommend this product or not to someone.
Boot arrived as expected. I unboxed and tried on with light winter socks. Boot fit well and not too snug. After reading up on the reviews, I purchased a size bigger than what I normally wear. I would recommend doing so because you will be wearing thicker socks.
I have been wearing the boot to work and it does keep my feet warm. Overall, the North Face never disappoints!!.
Get set for exploring near and far with the Out ‘N About III Conquest. This boot is built to beat the elements, with waterproof suede construction lined in microfleece, cosy felt accents, and the walk-all-day comfort of a soft EVA footbed.
A handcrafted vulcanized sole provides a lift out of the puddles — and extra grip during downpours.
These boots/shoes are great. Perfect for winter walks and running errands. So comfortable and warm. I’ve gotten so many compliments already and they make me feel like a superstar haha. I chose this color because I think it’s the prettiest (and I know they will get dirty, so it will be a little work to keep them clean, but what can you do – that’s what you get when you choose light colored shoes.
Shoes get dirty lol so that’s not a reflection on SOREL). I have a pair of tall SOREL winter boots in an 8 and I’m glad I got these in an 8 as well even though I’m an 8. 5 normally for gym shoes. I lucked out that they fit.
If you’re unsure, I would try to try the pair on in a store or try a similar pair from the brand before purchasing online. I would have been mad if they didn’t fit and I had to lose $6 to ship them back.
I LOVE my boots. I received the grey version in size 7. 5 for Christmas which is my true size. They fit perfectly. I do not have particularly “wide” feet or “narrow” feet, and would say these fit comfortably.
It does not feel like you’re wearing a boot. They are not stiff, and flexible even when walking all day in them. I live in a snowy state and these keep my feet dry, and warm. It really just feels like you’re wearing your favorite pair of sneakers.
I was worried these would be a bit bulky but they are not at all. Very lightweight, very comfortable. I will be purchasing a second pair in a different color because I seriously love these so much! Highly recommend!.
If you are a girl on the go and have zero patience for the tall obnoxious winter boot that dictates your pant options- these boots are a must. They are the result of a hiking boot dad and high top sneaker mom that made the perfect cold weather baby.
Warm, waterproof, and so very stylishly comfortable. Love the red chalk color, which is out of my color wheel for boots but they work! A muted color so they are very versatile that I feel will match up with everything and make a statement while doing it.
Bye bye boring beige/neutral. not on these feet this winter.
Keep your feet warm, dry and comfortable in rain, sleet and snow with these easy-to-wear, water-resistant boots. They are lightweight and comfortable not heavy and clunky like many snowboots. Insulated with warm, soft, acrylic fleece, they have skid-resistant soles with flip-out ice grippers and a zippered front flap for easy on-and-off.
Thermoplastic rubber with acrylic lining. Great for men and women. Imported. Black. Sizes available in Womens: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 or Mens: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13.
The Baffin Icefield has been seriously amped up. Waterproof and well-insulated, it’s built for true comfort during active pursuits in winter’s most extreme conditions. It also offers a good option for women whose feet are exceptionally sensitive to cold, or to those who anticipate extended periods of low activity in very cold conditions.
Uppers are 900-denier double-weave nylon, seam-sealed for a completely waterproof construction. Reflective piping increases visibility in low light conditions. The toggled, wide lacing provides a secure fit, and the separately toggled top collar locks out snow.
Removable eight-layer inner boot with a plush next-to-foot surface. The waffle insole provides additional insulation and comfort underfoot. Midsoles are polyurethane, for lightweight durability. They provide a good combination of fatigue-reducing support and underfoot cushioning.
Outsoles are premium, cold-temperature, slip-resistant rubber with integrated arch support. Active temperature rating is -100°C.
These are definitely warmer than any “-40 rated” type of boot. (But I have so far only had the chance to use them in -20ish plus windchill. ) They are fully rubber on the bottom and then a thick material above, so I don’t worry about water getting in.
If anything, on warmer days, my feet start to sweat inside, which can then allow them to get cold. I have to take the liners out every night to make sure they fully dry for the next day, otherwise my feet do sometimes get a chill from them being damp inside.
But generally, on very cold days, my feet have stayed warm. I am generally a size 6 and the size 6 fits me well. They are a “big” boot from the ankle up, not fitted tightly to your leg at all, but not heavy or clunky (quite light weight actually!) and my feet stay down well without slipping up as I walk.
I do a lot of walking and trudging through snow in these working outdoors with kids all day and I don’t have tired feet at the end of the day!.
A premium winter boot from Sorel with a full grain leather upper and seam-sealed construction The Sorel Mens 1964 LTR a premium snow boot, ideal for any winter use. The upper made from waterproof full grain leather, which, alongside the seam-sealed construction, promises to keep your feet dry and comfortable in snow, ice and rain.
Designed with a removable and washable felt liner and sherpa pile snow cuff, the 1964 LTR winter boots keep feet warm so that you can enjoy the aprs-ski. The handcrafted vulcanised rubber shell provides an extra level of waterproofing, which ideal in wet, snowy conditions.
The herringbone outsole gives you optimal grip on snow and ice, and also ensures durability. The 1964 LTR boots are the perfect solution to keeping feet warm and secure when the weather takes a turn.
Whether you are at home or enjoying the snow in resort, the Sorel 1964 Pac LTR Snow Boots provide unbeatable comfort and protection in cold, snowy conditions.
Throughout the pandemic, I had been taking walks outside as way to move and to see friends. I bought these so that I could continue walking outside throughout the MN winter. In the beginning I considered returning them because they felt wide, and I thought they looked a bit duck-ish on my feet.
And they were a bit pricier than I had originally wanted to spend. But I’m glad that I didn’t return them. I can slush through puddles with no worries about my feet getting wet; the wool insert keeps my feet warm (I do also layer socks); I don’t have to worry about taking care of the upper because they’re not leather; and they’re easy to slip on and off.
These boots are sturdy, and they seem like they’ll hold up for at least a few years which makes me think that they’re a good investment, considering they’re slightly higher than my intended price range.
Sorel sizing is off this year. This boot fits big – wide and loose. I also purchased the Tivoli IV Parc Waterproof Boot which is very narrow. The Pac 2 has a great rubber boot which is easy to clean after walking through slush.
However, it is stiff, clunky, and heavy for walking. I ended up returning them and I kept the Tivoli IV Parc because the Pac 2 wasn’t offering me the lightweight I was seeking. That said, my husband and daughters all have Pacs and, although heavy, they are great for tons of snow and slush.
The original Canadian cold weather boot. It features a fully waterproof construction, fully taped seams, and a removable ThermoPlus felt inner boot. This inner insulation is crafted out of recycled felt and knit into cozy Sherpa Pile, which means it’s warm and easy to clean.
These toasty and durable boots will last season after season, and are highly popular with the folks that live in cold snowy places like Alaska, Minnesota, and the mountains of Colorado. Size: 8. 5.
In the mood for snowy trails? Our development team designed this boot for occasional hikes on packed snow. These warm boots with waterproof foot part are very comfortable and offer good grip in the snow thanks to their Snowcontact sole.
I ordered these boots for walking the dogs in wet slushy weather and wellies can be cold and uncomfortable. Ordered a size 6 which I am and they fit perfectly. A little room for thicker socks which suits me.
Waterproof rubber up to ankles and soft fabric to pull on around ankles. Quite thin but warm lining. I have weird feet with spread out toes so need wide fit and struggle for footwear. These are perfect, so comfortable which is important for long walks.
Tread super rugged too. For the price these boots are amazing. Would definitely buy again, in fact might do so soon in case they go out of stock!.
I bought these boots to go walking in the countryside around me in the wet weather this winter and they’re great! Comfortable, warm and fully waterproof. I’ve been through deep puddles, mud and boggy fields with no issues.
So much better than wellie boots. Great boots and excellent value for money.
Deep snow and biting cold is no problem for the Northside Tundra Boots. These durable winter boots are waterproof and warmly insulated. In fact, they’re cold rated down to -25°F. Durable suede, rubber, and synthetic upper200g Thermolite insulation is cold-rated down to -25°F Waterproof.
BOUGHT PAIR FOR MY SON SEEM TO BE OK. PAIR FOR ME NOT SO. “D” RING POPPED OFF FIRST TIME LACING UP BOOT. THESE ARE NOT HEAVY DUTY BOOTS AS IN WORKING IN MOUNTAINS IN SNOW. OK FOR LIGHT DUTY WORK. I DOUBT 200 RATING OF INSULATION WILL WORK TO MINUS 25 DEGREES.
Since I purchased the slip-on version of this boot and was well satisfied, I added this boot to my collection. Haven’t put them to the test yet and the only thing I didn’t like is the the same size as the slip Ons was tighter around the toe region.
Used these shoes for the first time on a wet cold day. My feet kept warm and did not feel sweaty. Temperature outside was 41. Im waiting for it to drop to the 20’s. They have good traction and the height of the boot is well above the ankle that it gets covered up easily.
It has a two-color Waterproof TPR shell with a durable superior traction bottom. The 3M Thinsulate Insulation will keep your feet warm while out for Winter activities. With a bungee closure toggle for adjustment and a hook and loop power strap for a secure fit.
The gusseted upper will keep the weather out. For cold and wintery days, this boot will keep you warm and comfortable. Temp rated and available in Men’s size 8-13.
While browsing for something else, I was directed to Wal-Mart’s website, and that rabbit hole brought me to these boots. They were on sale and delivered for free the same day I purchased them. Bonus.
What surprised me is that these are fairly good boots. I’ve taken two 3-mile walks in them in 10-degree weather and they were warm and comfortable. There is a bit too much heel for my particular walking pace, but that didn’t affect the boot’s performance.
There is a Velcro closure strap at the top that allows for plenty of adjustment. There is also a bungy-style lacing at the ankle, but I didn’t find this useful at all and will probably replace the bungy with something stronger.
One helpful tip for these boots is cushioning. In the $30 range you aren’t paying much, so I took a pair of insoles from an old pair of running shoes, and the cushioning improved immediately. I like these boots and think they are well worth the money.
Typically, I buy much higher end winter boots just to have the assurance that I will be warm and dry throughout the winter. I bought these boots to have something that I can throw on quick to take my dog out during heavy snow and these things are amazing for the price point! Very spacious and roomy but not in a bad way.
I would not recommend these for hiking but for walking around in the snow and snow shoveling these are the perfect boots! It also has 3M insulation which is typically found in higher priced boots so that is a major plus!.
I just bought these before the nor’easter and frigid temps set in. These are not advertised as being waterproof but they are temperature rated. I wanted a boot that I could easily slide on and tighten up as needed for the quick trips out in the snow for shoveling and snow blowing.
These fit the bill and didn’t empty my wallet. They were quite toasty in single digit wind chill weather. I didn’t have any trouble with my feet getting wet. I only wore these once so far so I guess time will tell but I’m happy with my purchase for now.
Quick, you have to pick the kids up from hockey practice. Run out to the shed for firewood. Take the dog for a walk. And, there’s snow on the ground. No worries. Simply slip on these Itasca Brunswick Front-zip boots and get out there.
200 gram Thinsulate TM insulation will keep you warm while the waterproof rubber shell keeps snow and slush out. Warm. Dry. Convenient. Sure to be your favorites this winter.
First off , Overall I like them. I bought these for a fast on and off outdoor/around the house shoe. Which they do well. I actually, like another person, use them for a casual use ( i. e. slipper) around the property for the quick trip outside or working in the garage.
Anything that I am doing where I am not travelling far on my feet. And here is why. These boots are super wide. I thought they were a medium wide ( D) which is normal for me but these are like a double EE or bigger.
My size 13 feet swim in these. The length is fine but the width is crazy. I even put a extra insole in which minimally helped. I have to really pay attention not to drag my shoe because they just don’t stay tight.
However I do like how comfortable they are around the house so I will keep them and I ordered the same boot in a lace up design to be able to actually walk in them. We will see.
These might be the best bang for the buck boots I’ve ever bought. ‘Course I got ’em at a clearance price of about $38, cheap for this kind of footwear. They’re very easy to slip in and out of, comfortable to walk in, they’re warm and can be worn zipped or unzipped if you want to be lazy.
As with most footwear of this type they are very slippery when crossing ice but that’s the nature of the beast. All in all, excellent buy, I’m very happy! It’s not often a product exceeds my expectations but these boots did and continue to every time they’re worn.
Great winter boot. Easy on and off with zipper in front. Warm comfortable lining. Tread on sole extremely slip resistant. Some reviews indicated zipper hard to use. I took one reviewer’s advice and immediately soaped the zipper to give it an easier slide.
High and mighty, the Revel IV High Polar Boot is one serious beast in the backcountry. If you’re like us, someone who’s not about to let a little ice and snow ruin your adventures, simply lace up these waterproof, insulated, rugged boots, and hit the trails.
Their burly outsoles are built for better grip on snow and ice, and they’re insulated throughout to provide the comfort you need when the snow is deep.
Bought these for my trip to Iceland in March and they worked perfectly. I’ve bought plenty of Keen’s throughout the years and these did not disappoint me. They were comfortable out of the box, no problems at all with rubbing or anything.
I don’t agree with those that said the toe box is small, though it is smaller than other Keen’s I have worn. I do believe the smaller toe box is by design, less air inside means warmer feet. Keeping warm is, in my opinion, not on the boots, especially this type of boot.
The key to warm feet is correctly sized boots and the correct sock(s)–using liners and wool socks is key! I’ve also read a lot of reviews on this and other sites about these not being waterproof, but that was not my experience at all.
For extra protection, I did apply waterproofing spray before my trip (always a good practice IMO), but I walked through fairly deep puddles without a thought and was impressed with completely dry and warm feet.
Highly recommend these boots (assuming they fit your feet correctly, of course).
Pulling on the Bogs Snowday II Mid Boot is akin to wrapping our feet in our favorite comforter–only also with a waterproof, slip-resistant design. The upper features a waterproof construction, drawcord closure, and durable build to ensure your feet stay snow-free throughout your walk.
Underfoot, the BLOOM EVA footbed and Rebound technology cushion your step and return energy to your foot as you walk, while the BioGrip outole offers traction on slushy and slippery surfaces to avoid an embarrassing spill.
Second pair of Bogs. Loved the first pair of high boots. Fit well and aredelivery was fine easy to put on. This pair. Look good. They do not fit as well as the high boots although they are the same size.
too loose. Have tried 3 different thicknesses of socks and still not right. Also the arch is too far back and is closer to my heel and feels uncomfortable. Would not recommend this style to anyone.
I bought a pair of these boots last year & have been impressed with how warm they keep my feet while I do my horse chores in the winter. I like that they are truly waterproof and the top can be tightened to keep hay out.
I bought my daughter a pair just recently when she complained that her feet were cold while she was caring for her horse and walking her dog. She has also been impressed by the warmth. What we don’t like is the lack of structure/support.
The sole is very flexible and if the ground is uneven there is absolutely no support so what usually happens is my foot just slips right off the foot bed. It’s like walking in a flip flop. If you want warm feet these are the boots for you.
There are a variety of boots for ice and snow available on the market, and it is important to choose the right boot for the conditions in which you will be using it. For example, if you are going to be walking in deep snow, you will need a boot with good ankle support and a waterproof bottom.
If you are going to be hiking in icy conditions, you will need a boot with a good tread and a waterproof bottom. And if you are going to be doing any climbing in ice or snow, you will need a boot with a very good tread and a waterproof bottom.
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