Winter won't see it coming.
From hiking down snow-laden trails to shoveling the driveway, the Salomon Men's Toundra Pro CSWP Boot makes winter a lot easier to deal with. This highly protective winter boot features Salomon's waterproof, breathable Climashield membrane to shield your foot from fresh snowfall, and its Aerogel insulation ensures warmth in temps as low as -40F. There's also a faux fur lining that feels soft against the skin. Underfoot, the Toundra Pro features a dual-layer midsole that combines cush with responsiveness for all-day comfort, and the Ice Grip rubber sole retains traction in subzero temps so you can hike on slippery surfaces more confidently.
- Highly protective winter boot for extreme cold weather
- Waterproof, breathable Climashield membrane
- Aerogel insulation delivers reliable warmth
- Faux fur lining adds coziness
- Dual-layer midsole for cushy comfort
- Ice Grip rubber sole retains traction in subzero temps
- Salomon comfort rates this boot to -40F
- Item #SAL00S8
- Q & A
20% discount does not apply
So Iâm new to Backcountry.com. After ordering a jacket for my wife, I receive a large type offer for a 20% discount on the purchase of my next full priced item. Warning, this only applies to selected items and not to the Salomon Toundra Pro Boots. Unhappy Hiker.
This is a great boot for deep winter. I use it for shoveling snow off the driveway, and I don't slip or have any traction issues. I think you'll be really impressed no matter what you'll be using the boot for.
Very warm and very light
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 10.5
This is a superb winter boot. It is exceedingly warm, very comfortable, and unbelievably light. After years and years of Sorels and LLBean Sorel knock-offs, I had to find something both warmer and lighter and these have been fantastic.
I've now used these for several Maine winters of snowshoeing, mountain hiking and driveway shoveling and they never disappoint. I don't have particularly good circulation, but I've never had cold feet with these. The soles have good traction and the laces pull smoothly for easy tightening. Snowshoe bindings stay on well, thanks to the nubs on the heels. They are truly waterproof. Durability seems just fine so far, but I haven't yet put them through many, many miles of walking.
My only complaint: The first pair I received had some kind of subtle defect that made one of them bruise the front of my shin. The replacement pair felt much better and the boots have had an excellent, blister-free fit from the beginning. Just a quality control issue, I think.
I'm torn... no really
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 8.5
- Height: 5'6"
- Weight: 145lbs
These boots are incredibly light, and comfortable for sedentary and winter hiking activities. I've used them in -20F weather and my feet were toasty. Warmest I've ever worn. But after 1 year of intermittent use the boots had deep creases where the toe box flexes and a one inch long crack opened up. The other boot had similar signs but hasn't yet torn.
I purchased a container of shoegoo and put on several layers and so far it's held up.
While I love the boots comfort and warmth I wish it were made more durable.
Bomber, Light, and Warm
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
Just got these boots and they are better than I could've expected. Super comfortable and burly, but it's really crazy how light they are too. I just got them, so I am interested to see how they hold up over time.
Warmest boots I've ever owned
I don't think you can find a burlier, more capable, and more comfortable winter boot. The Quest 4D2 GTX boots are arguably the best hiking boots you can buy, with these being their subzero cousin. You could easily hike in these, but I think they are better suited for urban/suburban life and any activity involving long exposures to frigid temperatures. If you are doing a lot of winter hiking over varied terrain, the Vasque Snowburban Ultradry is a better option. They aren't as stiff as the Salomon's, and would do better at dedicated hiking.
Are these boots steel toe??
I normally take a US size 10 in Salomon boots (43.5. Euro). Do you need to go up a 1/2 or full size in this boot?