Information about Whitewoods 302 Nordic Ski Boots - Waterproof, NNN (For Men and Women)
Closeouts. Whitewoods 302 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 JohnTyler from Lake Tahoe on Tuesday, February 18, 2014
Boots were a great deal. Fit is pretty true to size, maybe a bit on the small side. If you are inbetween sizes I would recommend going higher. My main criticism is that the tongue is not gusseted so snow can sneak in on the front. I have taken them out 3 times now and they have performed adequately. I alpine ski 90% of the time and Nordic ski 10% of the time. For me they work and I would give an average rating. I understand you are going to get what you pay for. If you plan on Cross country skiing more than "occasionally" I would recommend making an investment in a nicer pair though
Reviewed by Blaster Master from Wind River Mountains, Wyoming on Saturday, February 15, 2014
Great fitting kicks, and you get more than what you pay for. I thought I was only going to ski on flats when I got them, but I've been using these for some powdery backcountry downhill, and they have been great. If you're really hardcore, you may want to put down a little more coin for a higher cuff and little more support (I think there's a backcountry version). When I bought them, I was worried about my feet getting cold, but my feet have always been warm and happy... which makes me happy.
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