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- Leather and Textile
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately Mid-Calf from arch
- Temperature rated to -40
- Seam sealed waterproof
- Thinsulate Insulation
- Moisture wicking lining
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- Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 16.8 x 5.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000W14DPU
- Item model number: Nationplus WK0010
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
This is definitly a boot for activity, as indicated by the height of the sole and the boot's overall height. The lacing system seems very secure, and there is room for loosening or tightening depending on individual size and preference. The 200 Gram Thinsulate lining I was probably the most wary of, but after having worn the boot outside in subfreezing tempretures, I can say that it's probably the right choice, I didn't shovel any snow at sub-zero yet, but I can tell that its going to be much warmer than what I'm used to.
To sum it up, in finding out more about the company, I feel that this boot is definitly a manifest of so many functional ideas engineered into the design, a great choice for anyone who might deal with the white stuff this winter.
I bought a pair of the Nationplus boots and they appeared to be well made. I took them on a very intense multi-day hunting trip in Colorado and they worked well. I hiked for miles without a problem. They kept my feet fairly warm but the idea that they'll protect your feet to -40°F is just silly. My toes were chilly sitting in the woods for a few hours and the temperature was around 20°F. That being said, who sits on a log for hours? With light activity occasionally they'll be fine in the cold. We also tromped through mud and water and they are indeed waterproof. So far, I think they're a really nice boot. Only 4 stars because of the deceptive -40°F rating.
I've tried these boots 3 times now. It's 30 degrees outside with lots of snow on the ground. Within 30 seconds of walking in the snow I could already feel cold on my feet. Within 5 minutes my feet are cold. My Ugg boots are warmer, but they are suede so they eventually get colder since they soak up the water.
I will try and wear 2 pairs of thick wool socks next and see if that helps - but I am suprised that within 30 seconds I can feel cold in the boot and within 5 minutes my feet were cold. I am not sure that socks are going to help.
I understand this is a $60-80 dollar boot and not a $200 dollar one, but I would expect these at minimum to keep my feet from getting cold in such a short time.
I am rating these a 3, the construction appears nice I'd give that a 4.5. I am inclined to give these things a 2 though since the boot is marketed and labeled with a -40 rating. There is absolutely no way. It is 30 degrees out, and my boot in the snow feels cold very quick. Maybe this boot would stay warm in a perfectly dry setting, with no wind snow or water at -40, but my feet are cold with expensive wool socks at 30 in what I'm guessing is 32 degree snow.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Boots fit well and are very comfortable. Appears to be constructed well. Let me OKs like a quality product!Published 5 months ago by AutoxSTI
Good boot, pretty warm. But, the fit is a little narrow. I've heard there is a wide version available -- if your feet are at all wide, you should definitely get that version.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Nice material warmer than I thought excellent for the snow and for me this size boot I got one size larger to wear some nice socks happy new yearPublished 8 months ago by George
These boots are great, I would recommend them to anyone. I use them for hunting, sporting events and blowing snow in the winter.Published 9 months ago by James Duszynski
Wasn't for me but the one who got it was pleased. So I guess that's a 5 star!?Published 15 months ago by Hiko S.
Waterproof and keep my feet warm, two very important things when walking around in snow. I also use them in mud season and they're very good then as well.Published 17 months ago by SHIPSHAPE
Used them on Mountain Travel and Rescue training for two days in the snow. Worked great.Published 17 months ago by Coolcar1