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Baffin Men’s Wolf Snow Boot,Black/Pewter,12 M US

Double buckle locking system. Drawcord collar with locking mechanism. 5-layer inner boot liner with Thermaplush. 6mm contoured removable footbed. Proprietary cold resistant EVA midsole for support and cushioning. Cold weather rubber outsole with integrated arch support. Temperature rated for

Product Features

  • Drawcord collar with double buckle locking mechanism.
  • 5-layer inner boot liner with Thermaplush
  • 6mm contoured removable footbed.
  • Proprietary cold resistant EVA midsole for support and cushioning.
  • Cold weather rubber outsole with integrated arch support

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Comments

Anonymous says:

Baffin Wolf’s- Best All Around Snow Boot On The Market? Yea, Maybe….. My last pair of Baffin boots lasted 16 years. I picked them up at a Thrift Store for a whopping $5, they were used and abused every winter during that time. Everything from blowing snow, full day rides on the snowmobile, long drives, mall shopping and more. So needless to say I was a big Baffin fan from the get go. But it was time for an upgrade. I take no purchase lightly and research things to a near obsession, it’s debilitating at times, especially something as important like winter…

Anonymous says:

is BY FAR the best snow boot company These are probably the best/warmest snow boots on the market, at least at this price point. Baffin, in general, is BY FAR the best snow boot company. That isn’t even up for debate. I live in Marquette County, Michigan (in the U.P.) and these boots have been through some CRAZY cold in the nearly two years that I’ve had them. We’ve seen temps as low as -33F on several occasions. We’ve also had “real feel” temps of around -80 more than a couple times. I can honestly say that these boots…

Anonymous says:

Size info: The sizing is flexible & boot is comfy More of a size review than use, as I havent tested them yet…I was looking for a size 10 under the expectation that I would be doubling up on heavy socks. I wear a 9.5 shoe on average. In looking at the sizes I noticed a size 9 was priced a little less than the 8,10,11, etc. (At the time). I have Prime so I decided to buy the 9 and test the fit before shelling out the extra $ for the 10. I’m surprised to say they fit just fine and I comfotably have room all around my foot with 1 pair of…

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