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Alpine Skiing

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Mat Malone

Mat Malone wrote an answer about on July 30, 2012

You may be able to get by. But there is no substitute for real insulation. I've worn them for a few hours while post-holing around in crusty, knee-deep snow (feet mostly submerged in snow) on a 25 degree F day. Just barely warm enough. I would have definitely appreciated legitimate winter boots.



Mat Malone

Mat Malone wrote a review of on July 30, 2012

Mixed Experience
3 5

I've had these boots for 3 years, and liked them for the most part. Great traction, good in warm weather and temps down to about 25F. And after getting a pair of aftermarket insoles they've been fairly comfortable. Still I definitely need to be conscious of any hot-spots on a long hike. However on a recent backpacking trip into the Sierras the heel of one of the soles started to separate from the boot. This is a boot with 140-180 miles on it. So while not a bad boot, I'll be considering other options for a replacement.