Information about Whitewoods Nordic Ski Boots - Waterproof, NNN (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Whitewoods Nordic ski boots are designed to keep your feet warm and dry with 200g 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 dougln from Raleigh, NC on Wednesday, February 13, 2013
When I ordered BC NNN bindings the boots that were recommended were NNN and did not fit the bindings. Somebody should have known that. With no BC NNN options available I had to go to the boot manufacturer to trade out for the correct boot, not without additional expence.
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Reviewed by Teton Trekker from Jackson, WY on Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Admittedly this is my first venture into the world of Nordic skiing but so far these boots are great! Very cozy and warm, if it wouldn't look and feel weird I would wear them around as a normal winter boot. We live in Jackson, WY and the temps drop pretty low, our coldest day on the skis so far was around 10 degrees and our feet were toasty! I've heard tell that 3 pin boots can give some gnarly blisters but after a 9 mile trek, my feet were still great! So far these boots meet all my specifications, we'll just have to wait and see about their longevity.
Reviewed by Skier from Michigan on Friday, May 16, 2014
Going on 2 seasons with these. They are warm and comfy, and I ordered about 1/2 size up so I can wear heavy wool socks. The only minor thing I noticed is the binding pin rusted overnight (probably stepped in some salt in the parking lot). I just spray with some silicone prior to using now to keep the corrosion at bay.
The newer boots are still compatible with your old NNN bindings. Just remember to look for a boot that is NNN compatible and not BC NNN compatible. BC NNN bindings are a heavier-duty system that move the rod under the toes, rather than in front of the boot.
Answered on 1/12/2010 12:00:00 AM by The Gear Doctor from Sierra Trading Post