These are about the best cold weather boots money can buy. These are the boots to buy when you have serious weather to deal with or you are fed up of buying boots from companies that make false claims. These are about the best cold weather boots money can buy. When you see them in real life you will realize what it takes to keep safe in extreme temps. And NO they are not meant for climbing because they are made for much colder environments, but there again no one has ever lost their toes wearing… Full review
I generally go through a pair of boots every six weeks. These boots have lasted four winter months now. I do a lot of ladder climbing, shoveling, and wet area walking. I would buy these boots again—first choice. I generally go through a pair of boots every six weeks. These boots have lasted four winter months now. Now showing wear in the ankle flex area. I wear these boots 10 hours a day. With other boots, I get bad athletes foot even though I change socks twice a day. The liners are very warm… Full review
Comfortable, excellent cold weather protection. These are great boots when your work boots are not enough. Usually my Dunham (extinct) 8" work boots with 200g of Thinsulate work fine, even in very cold weather. I was surprised at the lightness and level of comfort that these boots afford. They look good, too. I've only used them one winter, so I can't comment on the durability, but they look well-constructed. Baffin used to be made in Canada, but now they are made in China. Good boots, drawstring… Full review
This high quality winter boot successfully unites warmth, style, and function in a lightweight package. This boot will not cause you to overheat in warmer conditions with its high breathability, but will also keep your feet warm and dry when the temperature falls far below the freezing point! After years of ill-fitting, large snow boots that provide sub-par warmth, I began the search for a superior product for both hiking/backpacking, and general poor weather use. I have never been happy using my… Full review
Well insulated and completely waterproof these boots are great for bitter winter cold and times when things are less frozen too. Not for serious climbing but perfect for bushwhacking, shoveling the drive or a long sledding session with the kids. Being a boot with a thick insulated liner the Impacts felt very loose when I tried them on and I worked my way down through a few sizes before settling on a 12, which is about middle of the road as boots normally run for me. They have a two belt system… Full review
Baffin makes polar and winter footwear and apparel.