Closeouts. Brave the cold, wet outdoors in Kamik Pearson waterproof, insulated winter pac boots. Handmade in Canada, these leather and rubber boots are comfort rated to -58°F for even the coldest of days.
Comfort rated to -58°F/-50°C
Waterproof premium leather upper with gusseted tongue and sealed seams
Removable four-layer Zylextra® liner keeps feet warm and wicks moisture
Removable Thermal Guard insole for added insulation
Waterproof and flexible RubberHe shell is extremely durable and abrasion resistant
Rustproof D-ring lacing system
Kamik's SNOWBOB HubberHe outsole provides great traction in wet or dry conditions
Synthetic shearling snow collar for style and comfort
Reviewed by frigid in the Yukon from Alaska on Friday, March 16, 2012
I'm using these boots up in Alaska as we speak, and they're rated to - what - 58 degrees F below Zero? Yeah right. If you're not moving around (i.e, if you're standing in one place too long), your feet WILL get cold. Even with 3 pairs of socks my feet EVENTUALLY got cold - there is basically some thick rubberized plastic, a footbed and the Thinsulate liner between your feet and the frigid snow/ice. These may be the warmest boots available, but NO boot will protect you if you normally get cold feet. Bring footwarmers, get Hotronics - just don't count on a temperature rating (on boots OR gloves) as gospel.