James MacDiarmidwrote a review of Salomon Scrambler FG TS Winter Boot - Men's on January 29, 2009
Just wore these for a snow camping trip. They might not be as warm as a felt-lined boot but the 400 grams of Thinsulate were plenty warm for me, with night temperatures down into the low 20s. They're sized generously enough for a couple pairs of Expedition weight socks plus a thin liner/vapor barrier, which made up the difference in warmth. I'll take wearing an extra pair of socks vs the clunkiness of snowshoeing in a removable felt liner style boot. Clunky there boots are not. They'd make great regular hiking boots if they weren't so warm. They fit comfortably in my Atlas 1030 size Snowshoe, and they stayed dry, dry, dry, despite the persistently falling wet Sierra snow. Now in sub-zero temps where you're not moving around a lot (at night while snow camping, say) you'd probably want to wear a boot with a thicker lining. Even with the extra socks, I think I was pushing this boot to near its limit with 20 degree lows. Snowshoeing though, they're probably as warm as you'll ever need, unless your talking about the kind of temperatures humans shouldn't be outside in anyways.