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- Rubber sole
- Mixed-media ankle boot featuring zippered vamp and lugged outsole
- Minus 25 degree rated
- 200 gram Thinsulate insulation
- Injection molded waterproof thermal rubber shell
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FEATURES of the Sorel Men's Cold Mountain Zip Boot Upper: Water resistant suede leather upper. Front zip with functional gore panel Insulation: 200g insulation Footbed: Removable molded EVA footbed Outsole: Injection molded waterproof thermal rubber shell with multi-directional lug outsole for enhanced traction
The Cold Mountain zip boot is like a suit of armor for feet. It will offer you optimum protection against the elements, whether you're working or playing. Nothing will get past these fully waterproof, and totally stylish boots--they feature 200g Thinsulate insulation to keep you warm and protected, a thick padded, removable footbed for premium comfort, and a zip-up closure for securing a great fit.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000W93R86
- Item model number: Cold Mountain Zip-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2003
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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They appear to built well and look like they'll last a long time. The only time I've had problems with the zipper coming undone has been when the leg of my jeans has caught on it and lifted it up. If the zip pull stays flat the zipper won't come undone.
I have found the encased rubber toe section feels like it increases perspiration/ moisture around the toe area. This makes my toes feel cooler than the rest of my foot. Note that I do suffer from Raynaud's, so that is quite likely part of the problem. Wearing wool socks instead of other synthetic blends does help reduce the sensation of moisture around the toes.
I haven't worn them in snowy conditions so can't comment on their performance in extreme cold.
After a year here is an update: As other people have noted the zippers are faulty. They are difficult to pull up (I have to use plyers) and they won't stay up. If you walk a few steps the zippers slip down to the open position. I would not buy these again and I wish that I had listened to the reviewers who mentioned the zipper problem.