Closeouts. Your conquest against cold, wet feet begins with these winter pac boots from Kamik. Thanks to waterproof construction and an 8mm Zylextra® liner, they completely seal out moisture and keep feet warm all the way down to -40°F.
Reviewed by BlackGuinness from CT on Wednesday, March 18, 2015
So far I am very happy with theses boots, warm and very comfortable. I use them for playing in the snow with my son and they are a vast improvement over my hiking boots; feet are warm and dry. I am size 10.5 and I ordered size 11; they were a little tight at first but are fine now.
Reviewed by Valerie from New Hampshire on Saturday, February 8, 2014
The boots are true to size, very comfortable and warm, great gripping sole and definitely worth the full retail price originally sold at. Therefore, the price charged by Sierra made it "such a deal"! I'm using them daily out in the woods chainsawing trees for next winter's firewood supply. I love them!
Reviewed by Oak Park Mark from Chicago on Tuesday, January 28, 2014
I am very happy with my purchase. These boots are extremely warm - even as temps have fallen to -15 degrees here in Chicago. The boots appear to be very well made, though I have only had them for a month and I cannot comment on long-term durability. These boots were a great deal.
Reviewed by Hunter from chicag, IL on Monday, January 27, 2014
I have used these boots for deer hunting, doing errands, and walking the dogs. When I was hunting it was around freezing, and these boots were really cold. For walking around, they are OK around 10-20 degrees, but my feet are cold below 10 degrees.
For the fit, I ordered a half size up. They felt a little narrow when new, but quickly broke in. The biggest problem I have with the fit is that I feel that I can't get the upper laces tight enough -- I always feel like my ankle/lower part of my leg is floating around, even though the eyelets are touching. This also makes it so when the boots are tied up the laces are really long, and I need to tuck them in under the tongue so I don't trip on them.