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Vasque Coldspark UltraDry Boot - Men's

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    For the freewheelin' sort.

    Cold, snowy weather isn't going to keep you inside, so step into the Vasque Men's Coldspark UltraDry Boot and get outside. Designed for winter exploration, these boots feature a waterproof construction and are insulated with 3M Thinsulate for comfort during cold winter hikes. Big and clunky snow boots aren't the most comfortable things to hike in, so Vasque kept the weight of these boots down, so you won't feel too weighed down when you're hiking in them on packed-out trails or breaking your own path through deep snow on a pair of snowshoes. A dual-density footbed works with the molded midsole to ensure a comfortable ride, and the Vasque Monolith sole with ColdHold compound delivers consistent traction in the coldest temperatures.
    • A light and rugged winter boot for hiking and snowshoeing
    • Waterproof membrane with 200g Thinsulate insulation
    • Fleece lined collar for added warmth and comfort
    • ColdHold compound ensures traction in cold conditions
    • Molded midsole and dual-density footbed helps absorb impact
    • Item #VSQ001W

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    waterproof leather, textile
    200g 3M Thinsulate
    [collar] fleece
    dual-density EVA
    EVA, TPU midfoot shank
    Vasque Monolith
    Claimed Weight
    2 lb 3 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking, winter hiking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Nice boots, weird ankle design

      These seemed like a well-made boot. Materials and construction appear to be high quality. The boot fit my foot ok, but I could not get the top of the boot comfortable around my ankle. I don’t have particularly bony or unusual ankles - I’ve never experienced any strange fit in that area with any other boot over the past 4 decades, which makes me think something is off with the design and construction of this one. I tried several different lacing approaches and wore them around the house for a few hours, but couldn’t get them to stop binding around my ankle bones. It’s like there is too much tongue material

      Coldspark Ultradry winter hiking boot

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: 8
      • Height: 5'7"
      • Weight: 163lbs

      I bought this boot for snowbiking because my previous pair of Vasque boots have worn out. The boot is very light and stiff, which is usually good for biking. Warmth is not an issue down to about zero or even 10 below Fahrenheit. I do not have any all day long use experience with this boot. The one issue for me is that the upper part of the boot can feel pretty tight around the shin bone area and is uncomfortable when fully laced up, not so much around the ankle area as others have noted. The main issue was a rubbing around the shin when stepping forward. I almost considered sending them back. However, here are some suggestions that might not work for everyone, but did work for me. I tried lacing up and skipping one of the eyelets at the top and this helped with comfort. Then I tried skipping the top two eyelets and it was even better, pretty much perfect as far as comfort. . Because I usually have a velco type closure at the bottom of my winter pants, I can skip the upper eyelets for comfort without worrying about snow getting into the boot. The same would be true if I used a gator. Nevertheless the upper cut of the boot was pretty uncomfortable when laced up completely. I liked everything else about the boot, but this is a design flaw. My previous pair of Vasque boots were always totally comfortable when laced up.