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Baffin Women’s Icefield Insulated Snow Boot,Black,10 M US

Reflective piping stands out for night visibility. 7-layer inner boot system with Thermaplush. The Baffin multi-layer inner boot system creates a warm boot that can be used for extreme exertion because body moisture is wicked away and expelled from the boot, keeping the feet dry. Thermaplush is a comfort layer next to the foot that is soft yet durable. This velvety smooth innermost material wicks moisture away from the foot. Waffle/ air foil insole provides long-wear cushion. High traction, premium polar rubber outsole. Temperature rated:

Product Features

  • Waterproof
  • Cold rating -148 F
  • Intetgrated polyurethane base
  • 7-Layer removable inner boot system

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Anonymous says:

Serious cold weather boots I have Raynauds and my feet get cold very quickly, very easily, and hurt like heck and then go numb.I have some other Baffin boots already that are rated to -100 F that were almost warm enough for me, but not quite. So I thought I would try these. These are quite a bit thicker, bigger, more clompy. So if you don’t like clompy, these are. But, to get this kind of cold protection, you have to have a lot of insulation, and that makes for clompy boots. I don’t care. They are warm. My feet…

Anonymous says:

Terrible disappointment Were a little snug @ first, but loosened up well. I bought a size 6, but I usually wear a 5 1/2. Seem fairly comfortable. (UPDATE- Not sure how they claim the temp they do. I was in 20 degree above & my toes were starting to chill. Also, my feet were getting moist. Never had this problem w/ boots before. I sent back. Defective pair…? Maybe, but I was extremely disappointed.) Yet to determine how good @ extreme temps. Could really use cushion for bottom of feet, as much walking makes feet…

Anonymous says:

Disappointed I like the boots They feel great and don’t seem too small or too large. I normally wear a 6 1/2 so I got a 7. BUT, my toes get cold and I’m so disappointed. In less than half an hour my toes are getting cold. Maybe they’re too small? My foot feels great in them, snug, but not overly tight. I wear thin 20% wool socks. I took the liners out last night after wearing them out to feed the horses, and clean the barn, in 20 degree below zero weather. The insides of the boots were wet, and one…

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