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Lightweight winter protection.
- Full-length Techlite shell is almost half as light as previous Bugaboot versions and has a TPU-coated leather skin for durability, waterproofing, and abrasion resistance
- Omni-Heat reflective technology retains body heat and works with the 200g insulation to keep toes warm
- Compression-molded Techlite midsole cushions each step
- Omni-Grip outsole uses temperature-sensitive rubber that hardens when it gets cold and softens in warmer weather
- Dual-compound lug pattern for grip
- Articulated collar for freedom of movement
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Great with snowshoes
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've taken these on several snowshoe trips in Northern Utah and these boots have been excellent. Very warm even after a full day at near 0 deg. F, never had a problem with waterproofing, and they have held up very well. My only complaint is that when worn without snowshoes they tend to let your foot slide around a lot, but I am a stickler for foot slippage so maybe it's just me and my narrow feet. I recommend them to people who are looking for a new pair of boots.
PS they changed the color scheme on the orange/tan ones. They're less orange, more tan than what's on the picture on this website (at least my pair is).
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- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
In Shanghai, China, I put this very beautiful appearance boots to wear in the feet, weight is very light, and shoes internal heat reflective layer, warm feel to the entire lower leg from the foot all the time, like Colombia, preferBACKCOUNTRY shopping fun!
Used these for winter in the Sierras. Used them on two wilderness survival courses. several snow shoe trips. winter search and rescue operations. Stayed warm, dry and comfortable. Worked fine with snowshoes and flexible crampons. So far no problems with the construction of the boots.
You get what you pay for, bought these boots at the begining of the season for winter hiking in the Whites, held up great for 4 trips, very warm and comfortable with the exception of the insole slipping backwards. BUT, one day after doing a very easy walk with my dog, I got home and realized one of the lace eyelets had actually broken clean in half, the leather didn't rip but the metal used in the 'rivet' simply snapped. So, the boot design isn't necessarily flawed, but some components seem to be cheap(insole, lace eyelets).