Koflach

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Degre

rated 5 of 5 stars I like the best! Koflach has been pioneers and has been around the longest. Solid durable boot that's warm and holds up under the most demanding of circumstances. I have my assistance guide license in Alaska. I guide for Dall sheep mostly and the terrain in which they live demands a top shelf boot. Packing up to 140 pounds in our packs quite commonly also demands a solid supportive boot. They are lightweight, and the removable liner is nice for drying out. I really like the Koflach Degre and plan… Full review

Arctis Expe

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Koflach Arctis expedition mountaineering boots is made for extreme cold weather conditions. It has been a popular choice for many climbers for trips such as Denali, Elbrus, and the Himalayas. The Koflach Arctis expedition mountaineering boots are made for extreme cold weather conditions. It has been a popular choice for many climbers for trips such as Denali, Elbrus, and the Himalayas. I have used it in -7°F weather at Mt Rainier and Mt Whitney, and they kept my feet very warm. The double plastic… Full review

Arctis Expe

rated 4 of 5 stars Easy to walk in. I take a size 10.5 in my summer hiking boots and the 11's with Smartwool mountain socks fit great.I bought these boots for camping because you can take the inner boot with you in the sleeping bag and they are sturdy also for hiking in the White Mountains. The weight of the boots don't bother me but I found that the inner boot rubs below the calves so I wrap them. I'm guessing it's because I have skinny legs. I have used them three times, once camping in about negative 10 degrees… Full review

Arctis Expe

rated 4.5 of 5 stars They are back in business in 2011. Guru Dane Burns wrote:Wet or cold this boot will do both with ease. Still light by modern standards but unchanged for a few years now. Still one of the best all around endurance ice boots available. Alaska alpine ice or the big faces in the Alps ... this one will do both better than the modern stuff. They dry much easier then Baturas when wet (my own experience!!!). They are flexible to walk in. Use them on your approach skis. Compare them with the Baruntse? They… Full review

plastic boots

rated 5 of 5 stars I bought it in 1980's. I use it for hiking in snow, ride snowmobile and ice climbing. Plastic just dried out and brittle. It just happen today. I was trying to find new one. I could not find new one. I think they don't make them anymore. I have tried look at www.koflach.com. It say website is in maintenance come back check us later. It has been like that for 2-3 years. Wonder what happen to that company. They are great shoes. They always keep me warm. Full review

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Koflach Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

SCARPA North America to distribute Koflach mountaineering boots
SCARPA North America will begin distributing Koflach plastic mountaineering boots for Spring 2011, after it was announced in early May that Koflach products would again be manufactured and offered in Europe. Read more
June 10, 2010

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