Closeouts. When winter rolls around, be prepared for anything in Khombu's Climber Prep boots. These durable boots secure your feet in a waterproof design, lined with warming tricot and equipped with a grippy rubber outsole.
Reviewed by Jack Straw from Wichita from Peterborough NH on Wednesday, December 25, 2013
I was looking for a winter boot to be used for shovelling, walking the dogs, moderate winter hikes and snowshoeing. These fit the bill!! They are warm, supportive, well constructed and very comfortable. True to size. You can find better but not for the sale price plus additional 25% off!!
Reviewed by Peruvian from Vermont on Friday, December 20, 2013
I didn't know anything about Khombu but wanted to have a lighter winter boot than my Sorel Caribous. These fit very well for my low volume foot. If you are between sizes, order up. They are very light and the first day out in them I jogged in them with the dog for a mile and loved them.
Reviewed by Brad the Mechanic from Ohio on Tuesday, November 5, 2013
I bought these boots for my son who is 42yrs old and lives in Independence, Missouri. He lives in a rural area and needs boots when doing outdoor chores. He also works as an auto mechanic and will get great use of these boots during the winter season. Great product and we are happy they come in a size 13!!
Reviewed by Marina from New York City on Tuesday, October 15, 2013
A stylish New York City man, my husband is so picky. I chose these boots and not only did he love them, but so did all of his friends. They all want to buy them now. They don't believe what I paid! He said they are so comfortable, the lining is super soft and warm. Overall, an excellent buy.
Reviewed by gorgeguy from Portland, OR on Monday, January 14, 2013
When I first tried these on, I wasn't overly excited. There is a bit of space inside, sort of like a small warehouse. I supppose that's there for those that double their socks, but I'm not sure it's necessary.
After wearing them twice, I was won over by the function in watery conditions, and I'm certain they'll do well in snow. With thick socks they felt fine. They also kept my feet nicely warm on a cold day.
Overall, best reason to keep these is that there is nothing less expensive in this arena and they are good enough.