Reviewed by Granny Fran from Virginia on Tuesday, March 03, 2015
Ordered these for my grandson whom we have found out is out of big kids and into men's sizes. They came perfectly in time for our 8" snow, and because they were perfect for the snow, and kept his feet cozy warm so he took advantage and was able to play outside with his friends for a long time. Very very satisfied with my purchase.
Reviewed by not for wet from Virginia on Sunday, March 01, 2015
The Itasca Mountaineer Winter Pac Boots are NOT waterproof. The sole and bottom few inches are waterproof as they are encased in rubber. However, the rest of the boot is not waterproof at all. If the rubber extended higher up, then I might have kept the boots. However, as designed, wearing these in rain or wet slush for long enough will mean wet feet, because rain paints will not extend low enough to cover the non-waterproof areas. Certainly, any sort of actual immersion in water deeper than the rubber will result in wet feet. I tested both boots in the kitchen sink before wearing them and they both leaked immediately as soon as the water was deeper than the rubber. Otherwise, they seemed like decent boots just to kick around in cold weather. Unfortunately, I need something that will also keep my feet dry.
Reviewed by AnKl www.100prosport.com.ua from Kyiv, Ukraine on Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Warm, comfortable, great value, but outsole is thin. I would recommend this winter boots model for winter fishing and deep snow hunting.
Removable liner's inner lenght: size US 10- 280 mm, US 11- 290 mm.
Reviewed by wayne from idaho on Wednesday, January 22, 2014
At first glance they look nice but inside is a different story, under the inner liner was a wafer thin piece of cardboard sitting on top of what could only be described as the inside of a waffle iron, the wafer was rubbed raw, so that is how we new the boots had been worn by someone else. When we tried them on you could feel the waffle squares with every step, not comfortable at all the whole heel support either they forgot to assembly them correctly or fill the waffle holes with rubber when they are in assembly....anyone bad pair of boots
I would not recommend these boots for any sort of mountaineering. Here is a link for some great mountaineering boots.|http://www.sierratradingpost.com/s/mountaineering/
Answered on 1/20/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
These boots will fit in both snowshoes and crampons, but I do not suggest them for mountaineering. They are very light and comfortable, but I do not believe they have the ankle support necessary for mountaineering. I would suggest spending a little extra money and getting something with more support.
Answered on 2/10/2012 12:00:00 AM by Jon scott from Carrabasset Valley, Maine
The liner is removable, but there is not a temperature rating for these shoes. There are various factors that can change that rating.
Answered on 9/29/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
I believe the boot is rated for -40 degrees and even though it does not get that cold here in Michigan my feet were warm all day at 20 degrees. The liner is removeable and I believe you can purchase liners seperate to replace if needed.
Answered on 1/4/2011 12:00:00 AM by TODD THE RIPPER from Muskegon, MI
Not sure the rating but liner is thin. Liner is removable.
Answered on 1/12/2012 12:00:00 AM by DJ from Las Vegas, NV