Columbia Bugathermo

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Specs

men's
Weight 1 lb 14 oz / 855 g (Size 9.5)

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Whether you're doing some high altitude mountain trekking or you're braving a midwestern winter when temperatures are well below zero, the Columbia Men's Bugathermo Original Electric Snow Boots are the ultimate weapon in the fight against cold. Featuring three temperature settings, the electronic heating system is rechargeable and won't let you down when you're exploring the frozen tundra. Completely waterproof and highly breathable, these technically advanced boots keep you comfortable and dry from the inside out.Omni-Heat insulation uses reflective properties for an excellent warmth to weight ratio while the contoured footbed molds to your feet for customized comfort and a cushioned ride. Techlite performance provides lightweight, shock absorbing stability no matter how long the trek and the Omni-Grip outsole gives you aggressive, rugged traction for confident footing on even the most treacherous of terrain. Perhaps the greatest snow boots in existence, the Columbia Sportswear Bugathermo Original Electric Snow Boot for men will walk all over the competition. Literally.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

When we introduced the world’s first high-performance winter boot with a built-in heating system last season, it sold out in a flash. Here’s the newest model, back for more winter butt-kicking with a slightly higher cut for even more protection from the cold. Built with Columbia’s most advanced technical winter boot tooling-with waterproof-breathable upper and a Techlite lightweight cushioning footbed and midsole-the Bugathermo features built-in rechargeable batteries and electronic controls that provide three temperature settings for maximum protection from the cold. On the low setting, heating pads located under the ball of the foot deliver warmth for 8 hours; on high, expect 3 hours of heat where your foot needs it most. With a lightweight waterproof thermal rubber shell and rustproof alloy gaiters, the Bugathermo is ready for serious mountain trekking, snowmobiling, ski lift operation, or Arctic exploration. Combine these features with Bugathermo’s trusted durability, 200g Thinsulate insulation and Omni-Grip traction, and you may very well have the greatest winter boot to walk the earth. FEATURES: Previous Season Product, Waterproof Nubuck and split suede leather upper, Innovative 3-temperature heating system, Rustproof metal allow ghillies with speed hooks and gaiter hook, 200g Thinsulate with added underfoot insulation rated -25ºF/-32ºC, Anatomically contoured footbed with AgION anti-odor treatment provides cushioned comfort and support, Techlite injected-molded midsole with supportive nylon shank, Dual-density Omni-Grip outsole with lugged traction pattern, Weight: Size 9, 1/2 pair=1lb. 14oz/855g, Imported,

- Columbia refers to the men's version

Extreme conditions demand extreme measures for keeping your feet warm; the Columbia Men's Bugathermo Original Electric Boot is just the boot for the job. Omni-Heat heating pads under the ball of the foot can be set to three different temps with the push of an easy-access button; you get continuous heat for up to eight hours on the low setting, and three hours on the highest. This advanced (but highly logical) technology can't do the job on its own, however, which is why Columbia overbuilt the Bugathermo with a host of winter-fighting features.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Columbia's ultimate cold-weather boot, the Bugathermo is engineered with advanced technical materials and a three-temperature battery system for severe cold weather. Ideal for serious mountain trekking, snowmobiling, and arctic exploration.

- EMS refers to the men's version

Columbia Bugathermo

Discontinued

The Bugathermo has been discontinued.

MSRP:
$325.00 (men's)

The Columbia Bugathermo is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 12, 2013 at EMS.

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