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Winter boots for cold, wet winter weather.

When you wake up to 6 inches of fresh snow on the ground; chances are good that your original plan to wear sandals and shorts needs adjusting. Looks like it’s time to dust off that winter jacket, throw on a pair of fleece-lined jeans, and lace up your Salomon Snowtrip TS WP Boots. These stylish winter boots come with a synthetic suede upper and a waterproof liner to protect your feet from the fluffy white stuff. The ContraGrip rubber outsoles place lugs with different rubber densities at specific intervals to improve grip on slick surfaces, and 200 grams of Thinsulate insulation keeps your toes from turning blue in sub-freezing temperatures.

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2 5

My feet got cold

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

To me, I've had both positive and negative experiences with these boots. First, they truly are waterproof. After spending many hours in calf deep snow, my feet were totally dry. They are also really light, I feel as light as my regular summer hiking boots (that are more like half length hiking boots). Definitely lighter than my full length hiking boots.

The downside, my feet got incredibly cold, to the point that a week later the tips of my toes are still numb/tingly. I wore the thickest socks available at REI, the SmartWool Mountaineering socks. I was in the Rocky Mountains NP, and the temperature was in the teens with winds probably gusting around 40-50mph. As I bought these boots for winter backpacking, I'm pretty disappointed. I should have returned them when I first bought them, as I was already cold when the temperature was 20 degrees. I'm not sure what's wrong, as people here are saying they're warm below 0, I certainly have not had that experience. Perhaps my feet run cold and others' run warm.

Unanswered Question

Do these boots run thin like Salomon trail runners?

5 5

Tough, Dry, Light, & Warm

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I've worn these for two winters now and they are still waterproof and warm. First winter I had these I was working as a lifty. Wore them almost every day and loved them. Last year they saw lots of use while snow shoeing. Still going strong.

5 5

Bomber boot!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

The first thing that struck me is how light this boot is. Overall it's pretty stiff. Takes some serous breaking-in if you are hiking long distances. Not a boot for anything above 30F. I've used it 20+ days and it looks like it just came out of the box. I've been in snow for 8hr without any soakage. It's a boot that is made to do stuff so if you plan on lounging around in it, size a half size up. It had a (thin) furry cuff which is very comfortable!

5 5

Great Ultralight Boots

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I bought this boots a week ago for a winter trip. I spent 3 days in 2 feet of snow. My feet were never wet or cold.
They feel great and sturdy.
I really love how light they are!

Awesome boots !

Great Ultralight Boots
5 5

Very Happy!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

So I'm coming off my last pair of boots which lasted me 10 years. I live in Michigan and don't do a TON of outdoor stuff in the winter. I'm maybe sledding with the kiddos, an occasional snow shoeing, and most definitely a lot of shoveling/snow removal. Previous pair were Columbia, but they were a slip on. I hated that! LOL! They were never tight enough. So this time I was looking for a nice lace up boot that was full waterproof, decent insulation, and lightweight if possible. This fits the bill perfectly! We've had an intense winter this year for our area - many temps around the 0�F mark with windchills as low as -35�F. I've been out taking care of the snow in this stuff and have had NO issues with feet being cold. Granted, I'm at least walking, but no cold piggies whatsoever, and I only wear basic socks (no smartwool, no double socks). No moisture leaking in when sledding with the kiddos and walking through knee deep snow either. Plus they're LIGHT! Never feel like I'm getting a workout just from trying to lift my feet. They also fit true to size. Would strongly recommend these to anyone looking for a good winter boot who have similar needs to the ones I mentioned in similar climate!

5 5

Nice Boot !

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

When I saw this boot on sale I immediately had to grab up a pair. I have known a few people who had this boot and swore by them so I figured I would do my research first, but still came back to this boot. This boot is a great buy for the price. Working as a ski instructor on the East Coast we are exposed to so many changing temps unfortunately for this year at least, and this boot stands up to the call, from below 0 to 40 degrees. It is a comfortable and lightweight boot. I mainly wear them with my ski socks but they can also accommodate my big woolys if needed. I would recommend these to my friends and others looking for a lightweight and comfortable boot that is also warm. The size is true to size at least in my case for the size 12.

5 5

Work great for me

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

light weight and comfortable.wear a 9.5 but ordered a size 10 to accommodate for med weight merino socks or I also use vapor barrier socks.I use mine for hiking and snowshoeing and no problem with cold feet,from 30 above 20 below,but I use as stated above.I can see they might be cold if not active.I have had them a month and use everyday.So far I am very pleased.

3 5

Too Bad! So Sad!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I really like the look and fit of these boots with the low profile soles gives you a good grounded feeling. I ran them through some mud and they shed the it easily off the soles. Seemed to be very tough boots walked through mesquites and cactus and rocks and sand and they seamed to hold up great. They fit a bit wider than normal perfect for me I usually wear 9.5-10 and got the 9.5 fit perfect. When I did wash them off was the only time I tested the waterproofing after holding under the faucet for a few minutes the inside was dry. My only problem with the boot was that it breathed like a rubber boot; cause irritation to my feet. I think this may be part of the reason for some of the complaints of cold feet from other reviews. Maybe I got a defective pair. Not sure.

how do i return them i do not have a box...

how do i return them i do not have a box or receipt.i really do not care about the money maybe someone can use them i like to be treated FAIR by salomon.

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Duffy,
If you purchased these boots from Backcountry.com, please either email, chat in to talk to a Gearhead, or call1.800.409.4502. We will be able to look up your order history and hopefully find a satisfying solution for you.

2 5

NOT A VERY GOOD BOOT!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I BOUGHT THESE BOOTS TO KEEP MY FEET WARM BUT THEY DO NOT .I JUST WASTED MY MONEY WORE THEM TO A APP STATE FOOTBALL GAME MY FEET FROZE IT WAS 35.COMPANY WOULD NOT DO ANY THING ABOUT THEM.I WILL GIVE THEM TO GOODWILL AND NEVER DEAL WITH SALOMON AGAIN!!

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If you bought them at Backcountry.com they will take them back and if not fully refund your money they would at least give you store credit.

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i know why they are on sale!!!

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I own a pair and have used them in the backcountry of Yellowstone in February at -40F and wasn't too uncomfortable. Do you have circulation problems?

5 5

A faithful service boot

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I'm a paramedic and have used this boot full-time in the winters for 4 or 5 years now. It held up great, and I am only now getting some creasing at the heel causing the fabric to break down. I did get a little warm in these if I was stuck inside for awhile, but a change of the ol' Smartwools did the job. I have wide feet and did find them a bit narrow in the beginning, but they packed out nicely. Can't recommend them enough. I'll likely replace them with... well.. the same thing.

5 5

they are warm

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Spent a lot of winters in these, most of it in Scandinavia. These boots are warm and seem to last forever. really great quality with an easy lace system

4 5

Good Boot

These have been very good boots for me. They've kept my feet plenty warm and are comfortable for winter hiking/snowshoeing. I found them to be true to size.

2 5

WARNING.wrong shoe in picture

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I ordered this boot and did not receive the boot that was shown in the picture. They are sold out of this color scheme and have yet (a week later) to change the pic. What I received was next years color scheme, which is all black. No white stitching or grey part at heel. They are also considerably darker black than those shown. Two thumbs up for customer service though, very good.

4 5

I like them.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

They are in that weird category of boot. It is made for snow and wintery conditions. Not overly bulky, but not a normal sized boot either. I use them knocking around whistler and playing in the snow. I still use my Sorels for after skiing, can't beat the foot orgasm of the Caribous after a long day of skiing.

Unanswered Question

I have a pair of the quest hiking boot how...

I have a pair of the quest hiking boot how much lighter are the TS WP I wear size 8.5

4 5

Nice, but not for staying still in deep cold.

The fit and feel of the boots are great. A little hard to lace very tight, as the fabric 'eyelets' have a lot of resistance, but it's better for circulation in the cold to be a bit loose, anyway. I spent a few days camping and doing photography in single digit F temps with deep fresh snow and, as expected by their thin walls, they are only warm enough if you keep moving. For prolonged standing still at temps below 10 degrees F, something with more insulation would be better, but these are perfect for snow shoeing and winter hiking when I'll be moving for most of the time. The soles also have good traction on rock and scree.

4 5

Every day winter shoe

Great winter boots. Perfect for basically any outdoor activity in the winter from walking to the bus/train, hiking from the car to the resorts for some fresh turns, or even taking the dogs for their daily hike. Fine on ice and great in snow. As for sizing, these tend to run about a half size large. Normally a 10 and ended up going down to a 9.5 to get a better fit. May be not quite as loose if planning to wear them with thick winter socks.