Why We Like The Wolfgar Cycling Boot
Snowy conditions don't bother us when we're wearing the 45nrth Wolfgar Cycling Boot on our commuting and 'fat' biking adventures. Referring only to the size of the tires, fat biking is more fun when our toes aren't freezing after a few miles. The thick Primaloft insulation keeps heat in for even the most adventurous winter riding endeavors.
- Winter riding boot designed for te harshest conditions
- Tough weather-resistant shell deters cold wet and wind
- Primaloft insulation with Aerogel additives for warmth
- 2-bolt cleat compatible only
- Carbon fiber sole for excellent power transfer
- Dual boa closure
- Item #NRH1WUJ
- Upper Material
- dual boa-dial
- ballistic nylon
- Vibram rubber
- Cleat Compatibility
- Claimed Weight
- [single, size 44] 2lb 9oz
- fat biking, commuting
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
5 based on 1 ratings
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February 16, 2023
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
This is overkill for most conditions. I've had these on at -34C (-29F) with mid-weight merino sock for 90 min and my feet were so hot I was wondering if I should loosen the boots to cool down. I can't imagine what the rest of my outfit should be to accommodate lower temperatures to make these worth their billing. I followed 45NRTH's sizing guide and ended up at 46, usually wearing 44.5-45. That "size up" is enough for a thicker wool sock, but I can't even begin to pretend that I'd ride with my feet this warm. So, my feet are going to be loose in these boots. Works well with SM-SH51 - nothing to report there - crank arm clearance is adequate and the cleat is hidden well enough for hardwood floors. Watch the toe overlap - they're "big". I think I'll use them off the bike more since they're so warm. Maybe a "life-saver" for those with cold feet and/or with poor circulation. Can't speak to how waterproof they are - it's too cold here for any liquid, but light snow, slush and spray off the motor vehicles has been handled gracefully - the only moisture I felt was from my sweat.
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