Information about Whitewoods 301 Backcountry Touring Ski Boots - 75 MM (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. 301 nordic boots from Whitewoods are designed to keep your feet warm and dry with Thinsulate® insulation and waterproof synthetic uppers. A moisture-wicking, quick-dry lining and generously padded collar and tongue add to the comfort level.
Reinforced heel counter and toe box with protective rand
Reviewed by Alaska Nurse from Valdez, AK on Wednesday, December 5, 2007
These boots exceeded my expectations! For such a low price, I thought I would receive mediocre boots, at best. They fit great, look great and are a great value! For old time touring ski's, being able to find these boots was awesome. [...]
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Reviewed by BWCA skier from Minneasota on Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Very comfortable light backcountry boot. Flexible sole good for kick and glide. You might want something heavier if doing lots of tele-turns. I found that it fits more true to size than others have said.
Reviewed by Madge Fiddler from Michigan on Friday, March 1, 2013
Boots arrived quickly and safely, to the remote place away from home where I needed replacement boots. They fit from the beginning. I wore them around the house for one day to break them in, then went on to ski everyday for two weeks with excellent performance (or anyway the boots performed well!). Warm, dry, comfortable.
Reviewed by Deb from Northern Nevada on Saturday, February 16, 2013
I love these boots. I exchanged them at my local store for a 42, so size up. I ordered a 39 according to the chart. However, in all fairness when we researched sizing, found a pretty diverse range. For this boot, go up. I'm an 8.5 and took a 42 in this boot.
These boots will be warm with a thick sock with the Thinsulate insulation, but it will depend on each person with how warm they are.
Answered on 12/27/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
I had them out yesterday in 14 to minus 4 F (with wind chill) on groomed trails for a couple hours and had no issues--they were very warm. Gaiters were unnecessary, but if it were colder, I would have added them.
Answered on 12/31/2010 12:00:00 AM by BF from Boise, ID
Yes. They're super warm. I've only gone out in about 15 degree weather and been totally fine, but I think even colder would be fine.
Answered on 1/19/2011 12:00:00 AM by Katy from Maine