Winter doesn't stand a chance.
Destroyer of rain, sleet, and snow, the Columbia Women's Bugaboot Plus III XTM Omni-Heat Boot is equipped with all the tools to keep your feet warm, dry, and comfortable all winter long. The upper is comprised of tough leather, nylon, webbing, and metal hardware for long-lasting durability and has a waterproof seam-taped construction to prevent the entry of any unwanted weather.
Packed with 600g of synthetic insulation, these boots also have an Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining to deliver furnace-like warmth and prevent frozen toes on long days stomping through the cold, winter slush. It's a long walk from the trail back to your house, so rely on the Techlite midsole for lightweight, long-lasting comfort and superior cushioning with every step. The durable Omni-Grip non-marking traction keeps your stride sure-footed over ice, snow, and mud.
- Leather, nylon, webbing, and metal hardware upper
- Waterproof seam-sealed construction
- Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining
- 600g synthetic insulation
- Techlite EVA midsole
- Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber outsole
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- Q & A
Uggs are warmer
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 9.5
I bought these boots for hunting with eagles in Western Mongolia, where daily highs were about 10 and nightly lows were -30F. My feet were never warm in these shoes.
I ended up switching to my 10 year old Uggs (the basic type) and found them warmer.
The only good quality is that they're not as bulky as most severe winter shoes so I was able to ride horses with them. My toe warmers were also able to fit in them to do the job the shoe didn't.
Keep your toes warm and your feet happy!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 8
These boots are great!!!! Before we decided to wear these out in the real wet/cold stuff we first tested them out in the bathtub to make sure they would indeed keep the moisture out! Sound weird? It may be but I'd rather know that info near a heater than miles deep in the snowy wilderness! We had the water up to about ankle high and it was great, no water! I'd definitely recommend wearing these around the house with decently padded socks to help break them in around your calves and such to make your first trek in them a little more comfy. Took them out in about 20 degree weather in fresh powder to go Snowshoeing and they were definite winners! Worked great with my MSR Lightning Ascents and were very comfortable and warm! Highly recommend!!!