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Arctic Boot

rated 4 of 5 stars Runs small, adequate cold weather protection. The boots are 14" high and quite bulky because of all the neoprene foam. They could be overkill for you, and are more then I usually need. Usually my 8" work boots with 200g of Thinsulate work fine, even in the coldest weather. I didn't think these would be quite as bulky. I bought them online, and was surprised at their mass. I bought my size, which was a bit of a mistake. Get at least a half size larger. If you're standing or walking in foot-deep snow,… Full review


rated 4.5 of 5 stars 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


rated 3.5 of 5 stars 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

Arctic Boot

rated 5 of 5 stars They have good room, light, and keep my feet very warm and dry. The price is I got them at the Barn in Newton, MA, for $69.95!! These boots are what they advertise. I bought them a size larger and they have a very good fit. I do not have to wear any woolen socks to keep my feet warm. They are extremely comfortable and no need to break them in.  Full review


rated 4.5 of 5 stars Warm but heavy. I bought these boots out of frustration with all the other boots I have purchased in the past. I need warm boots because I live and work in the Arctic, but have never been able to find something to keep my feet warm for very long. Finally, I bought these and was surprised. The Baffin Apex appear to be a modern version of the old rubber bottom leather top shoe pac that has been around for decades but with a significant increase in insulation. This is a very large boot in that it… Full review

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