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- 100% Waterproof Leather
- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 8" from arch
- Boot opening measures approximately 15" around
- Mid-high snow boot featuring speed-lacing hardware and reinforced toe cap
- Removable insole
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The Vasque Snowburban waterproof winter boot is a warm, dry boot for active winter pursuits. Gaiter ready with d- ring.UltraDry Waterproofing System.Gaiter D ring.Perpetum last.Weight: 3lbs 3oz (1452g) Men's size 9.
At Vasque, they are committed to making functional, innovative and aesthetic footwear that performs to the highest standards. Their ultimate goal is to make shoes that inspire you to get outdoors and embark on an adventure. Incorporating and developing new and innovative technologies into their boots is what keeps Vasque at the top of their game.
- Product Dimensions: 15 x 14 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4.3 pounds
- ASIN: B00TYJ38J8
- Item model number: Snowburban UltraDry-M
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 26, 2015
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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- These boots felt warm and comfortable over several miles on a windy morning in the low 20's, much more so than other winter boots I've owned. Nevertheless, when I wore them on a day in the low 40's My feet did not feel uncomfortably warm or sweaty. My feet stayed completely dry on a day of pouring rain on a soaked trail.
- These boots fit well and are light weight. They feel comfortably snug around my ankles and heel but leave adequate room for my toes. It feels as though they were manufactured using a shoe last.
- The rubber lining along the bottom edge doesn't overlap too much of the toe, so I'm hopeful these boots will hold up well when I wear snowshoes (unlike a pair of Columbia Bugaboots I used to own).
- When you remove these boots, the laces stay high and don't hang down on the ground in the snow melt. I had no trouble adjusting or undoing the laces, despite the lack of speed lacing.
- The traction of the soles seems fine compared to Vibrams, etc.
- The absence of speed laces might frustrate some (but I had no trouble adjusting to this).
We'll see how these boots hold up over the winter, but so far they seem like the best pair of winter hiking boots I've ever owned.
I normally wear a size 10. The 10s were like $20 more than the other sizes, so I decided to roll the dice and get a 9.5. The 9.5 fits just fine. Nice and snug, but not too tight. My foot is average width and so is this boot. Might not be good for those with very wide feet.
These boots are lighter than they look, which is great. I'm using these primarily for snowmobiling so not much walking is required but I do snowshoe on occasion and sometimes you have to do some walking in case of a breakdown. The lightweight makes these good for hiking. Plenty of support from the sole. The upper is pretty flexible for a boot. Insulation is perfect for me. Have worn these all day in 0*F weather without my toes getting cold.
Only complaints so far (both very minor) are;
1. The little gator ring at the end of the lacing for attaching gators always turns sideways when wearing gators. Not a big deal at all but it seems like it might eventually wear out the fabric that holds the ring in place because of the ring squishing the fabric sideways.
2. As others have mentioned, there are no speed laces (hooks) on the uppers. The laces go through eyelets which makes them a bit slower to tighten and slower to take-off. Having said that, I actually don't mind. I tied a knot in the end of each lace to prevent the laces from backing through the eyelets. This way I can leave the laces loose and slip the boot on and off for when I'm just running out for a min or two. (It's quicker to slip the boot on and off to prevent tracking snow in the house, etc.)
Over-all a good boot. Had them for about 3 months now. Snowmobiled in them around 7 times or so. They are holding up great. WAY cheaper than a purpose snowmobiling boot too. Plus they aren't heavy and bulky like most snowmobiling boots which is nice for hiking, snowshoeing, etc.