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Salomon Toundra Mid WP Winter Boot - Women's

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    For when you’re ready to get serious about winter.

    When it’s time to leave the streets and head out on the trail this winter, be sure you’re equipped with the Salomon Toundra Mid WP Winter Boot for Women. The Toundra handles extreme cold without problem thanks to the advanced Aerogels insulation, which provides super lightweight warmth. A waterproof membrane keeps your foot dry, and a faux-fur lining makes the interior extra cozy.
    • Grippy Contagrip sole minimizes slips and spills on snow and ice
    • Boot is crampon-compatible for when the going gets slick
    • Molded EVA midsole and EVA sockliner lends super cushioning and support
    • Rubber caps at heel and toes provide extra protection
    • Self-locking eyelets help keep laces from slipping
    • Item #SAL1857

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    leather, synthetic
    Winter Contragrip
    Aspen Aerogels
    Claimed Weight
    [each] 20.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    snowshoeing, winter hiking to -40F (-40C)
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Love these boots!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10

    I bought these boots for hiking Maine and New Hampshire 4000 footers this winter. They required no time to break in and I've never had issues. Granted we had a mild winter, but my feet were always warm and dry. They have good traction for bare booting. I used large kathoola microspikes with them. Great boots!

    Love these boots!

    Half sizes, yes!

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

    Love these boots! They fit great, as they are the only half size boots that I could find. Very nice and warm. Removable footbed so I can put my own insoles in them for support. Would buy again.

    Update to original review

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

    Just wanna give a quick update. The day that I wore these initially (4/11/15), I had fallen and sprained my MCL so I didn't get a chance to really test them out. This past weekend I wore them on a cold (1 degree windchill, 35 mph winds) hike up Prospect in the Berkshires. The climb gets very steep in parts. I had a few issues. They were very uncomfortable on the ankles, felt stiff and didn't feel like I had a full range of motion. They did not feel comfortable on my feet as I hiked. The tongue of the boot will not go flush regardless of lacing. On a positive, they do keep your feet dry and are incredibly warm. Honestly though, I wish I hadn't purchased them.

    Sizing clarification - wide not long

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

    I was looking for a winter hiking boot for snowshoes, spikes, and maybe someday crampons... These had great reviews, but many claimed they run large, so I ordered an 8 despite being a solid 8.5. To clarify, these boots are wide, they give plenty of wiggle room for the toes (and heels). They are not, however, long. Going half a size down is fine for general winter wear, but if you are going to be hiking, especially downhill, stick with your size. The 8's felt ok on me until stood on an incline and my big toe smashed into the very solid front of the boot. Sad because they seem to be basically sold out everywhere in my size..

    love love love

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10

    I ordered 9.5 based on reviews of running large and had to return for 10 which is my normal tennis shoe size. Had the 10's overnighted just in time for our east coast blizzard. these boots are LIGHT, warm, comfy - hold snowshoes well and have great traction. The white on black is catchy and I have gotten many complements

    Gift for my Mom

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: 8

    My mom avidly snowshoes and does a some snow camping as well. I reached out to her to get some feedback.
    -The run a little large (about half a size)
    -Love the notches on the heel to hook your snowshoes into
    -No blisters (almost every boots causes blisters for her)
    -Stable, but not too stiff (comfortable out of the box feel)
    Overall she loves these boots

    Love these boots!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10M

    All of my hiking boots are Solomon as they tend to give me room in the toe box and yet are narrow enough in the heel so I don't get slippage. Based on experience with warmer weather boots, I purchased this pair online. Loved them out of the box. Feet stayed very warm while snowshoeing at higher altitude (10,000 feet plus). I've only used them once but had no trouble with any kind of "breaking in" issues.

    durable & warm

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 9

    Used this for everything from snowshoeing to mucking about in cold spring floods - no leaks as of yet. Salomon has the only boots I've tried that last more than 2 years in an area with serious winters (150+" of snow). A significant number of people also complimented the looks of these boots (black & white). The white upper does get rather dirty, however.

    Pretty good!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large

    Wore these hiking in about 2 1/2 feet of snow, lots of post-holing for about 5miles, walking on a roadway for the last 2.mi that was covered with packed down snow and ice. I didn?t expect that much post-holing so I left my gaiters off for a bit. Snow and chunks of ice got into the boot as the tongue does not stay flush against the leg regardless of how tight you secure the laces. This of course melted and got my socks wet. Despite this however, my feet remained warm. Once I put the gaiters on I didn?t have any further issue of water leaking in or snow leaking in. They did well over the icy patches except when in spots of sheer icy inclines.
    These do run a little big. I usually wear a 7 or 7 1/2 in a boot for hiking, purchased these in a size 7 and there was room for a thick sock and room if my foot were to swell.

    size runs big

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large

    I usually wear a 7.5 dress shoe and 8.5 running shoes. For these boots a size 7 fit well with plenty of toe room. I love these boots, snow does not drift inside and my feet felt very warm after long hikes.

    Great buy!

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

    First time I ever purchased this brand. What first caught my eye was how nice they looked. Now that I've used them, they are very warm, comfortable and def a great investment on my part. At first I thought they might be too small on one foot but when I got out In the snow, they actually fit perfect. I would absolutely buy this brand again.

    Love these boots!

      I have a very hard foot to fit, each winter I spend an enormous amount of time trying to get something I can live with. These boots have fit the bill and than some. I spend alot of time hiking in the White Mountains of NH and need something that can keep me warm in some pretty nasty conditions. They have kept my feet warm in temps down to -25 degrees without a problem. I have used them with snowshoes, microspikes, and crampons all without fail. There was no break in period, first hike was 8 miles, no blisters. The only complaints I have are that they take too long to dry out usually about 2-3 days, I don't like the fuzzy collar, and with the amount of hiking I do, they are pretty stinky by the end of the season. Regardless of those factors I will certainly buy another pair for next season. My wife also loves hers and I have recommended them to my brother and other gal pals I know. Would love a different color and extra insoles. Thanks for making my winter nice and safe with toasty toes.

      Nice and warm

        As I already own a pair of these boots which are now about 8 years old, I thought it prudent to buy the successor, they look similar although they forgot the fuzzy lining throughout the whole boot on this newer model. Awesome boots for snowshoeing or if you have to stand around in the cold. They have a large enough toe box,( a great feature of Solomon) and are roomy enough to wear the nice thick wool socks. Really comfortable and stylish...although a young child did think I was a penguin.


          I would have give 4.5 stars, the boot has kept my toes warm without cooking them, I've worn them in 0-30 deg temps in snow with medium weight sock. The -1/2 star comes from the too large toe box. I have wide feet and normally require a toe box with some depth, I'm swimming in these boots.

          I have a wide foot and am having trouble finding boots comfortable. Will these boots work for a wide width?

          I have wide feet too and these boots fit me really well. I'm a size US 9-9.5 in boots and tried the Toundras in both a 9 and 9.5. With heavy mountaineering socks it's a little tight slipping my foot through the ankle section but the toe box is quite roomy. Absolutely zero "squishing/folding inward" feeling, and I have room to freely wiggle my toes without the rest of my foot slipping around. After trying both boot sizes with all my possible winter sock combinations, I decided to keep the 9.5 size because it allows me to comfortably layer two thick mountaineering socks. If I didn't need to wear two pairs of socks I'd have gone with the size 9.

          According to the Solomon website, my...

          According to the Solomon website, my measurement is a 9.6 inches which they say is a size 7. I normally wear a size 8 and thick wool socks. Do most people wear 1 size smaller in their boots?

          Can I find these boots in a store? I'd...

          Can I find these boots in a store? I'd like to look at them and try them on before I purchase them.