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Recent Overboot Reviews
Really warm and versatile boot that fits over your existing hiking boot or shoe. Compatible with spikes or other traction gear, they perform really well in snow and ice. I was surprised that there weren't any NEOS outershoe reviews yet on Trailspace. These are everywhere in MN. They are endorsed by the National Snowshoeing org. and fat tire winter cyclists swear by them. They come in many different models from short rainshoe covers to extreme winter gear with built in traction cleats. The model… Full review
Mountain Hardwear Absolute Zero Overboot
My winter hiking experience is almost all in the Adirondacks in New York and the White Mountains in New Hampshire. I have spent several weeks in the Mount Washington area in the winter with crampons and snowshoes, and I have tried a variety of ways to keep my feet warm: leather boots, plastic boots, vapor barrier socks, supergaiters, and overboots. In my experience, overboots are the best solution for the coldest conditions, with the caveat that overboots are not suited for walking on their own,… Full review
The Kahtoola FLIGHTsystem, integrated overboots (FLIGHTboots) and snowshoe decks (FLIGHTdecks), offers winter trail runners and hikers a warm, dry, and binding-free alternative to traditional snowshoes. The system is designed for running and hiking primarily on snow-packed trails. The FLIGHTsystem starts with the neoprene FLIGHTboots, which convert your running shoes or light trail shoes into waterproof winter footwear. These overboots boast serious traction and a snug, but flexible, fit. Available… Full review
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