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  • Cold Weather Boots

    A boot that has recieved rave reviews from hunters to survivalists for cold weather comfort, and waterproofing is the: SOREL CONQUESTS



    Conquer cold, snowy winter conditions with these waterproof, insulated boots

    * Renowned Sorel quality and comfort-rated to -40°F
    * Waterproofed nubuck and split-grain leather uppers sit atop handcrafted waterproof shells for superior protection against the elements
    * Drawstring collars with barrel-lock closures help seal out snow; seam-sealed contstruction minimizes leakage
    * Non-removable Thinsulate® Ultra and Dri-Lex® insulation/moisture-management system keeps feet warm and comfortable
    * Achilles adjustment straps enhance fit
    * Removable 6mm EVA footbeds and EVA inserts at heels and forefeet to cushion your every step; fiberglass shanks enhance support and rigidity
    * Aggressive rubber cupsoles offer dependable traction

    Temperature ratings are approximate based on high activity levels and can be affected by many conditions, including weather, wearer's activity level, fitness, metabolism, perspiration, circulation, exposure time, clothing and cold sensitivity.
    Average weight specification is per pair, based on size 9.

    Sorel Conquest Boots - Men's Specs
    Specification

    Description
    Comfort range -40 degrees Fahrenheit
    Upper Nubuck and split-grain leather
    Insulation Polyester
    Midsole EVA
    Outsole Rubber
    Height 10 inches
    Average weight 4 lbs. 6 oz.

    About $80-$100 seems to be average
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  • #2
    They look like snowboarder boots.
    I preffer 14" tall boots with the collar, keeps pants legs out of snow.
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    • #3
      My fiance likes Sorel and Baffin for outdoor work.

      Myself, eh, I use what I've learned to trust my life with in military situations, the good ol' M1949 Matterhorns and Danner Fort Lewis (what I am wearing right now as a matter of fact). I know they have their limitations, but throw a quality set of gaiters on over them, and I feel comfortable going anywhere.

      A word of caution, however...I bought my last pair of Matterhorns from the Brigade Quartermaster catalog. They look like any others except there is a BQM "archer" logo stamped into the leather on the outer heel area. And...the outermost sole layer likes to come loose at the edges! I returned the first pair I got for a second, still does the same thing, I have learned to live with it and keep the sole in place with some SuperGlue every once in a while. Other Matterhorns never did that to me.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by methusaleh View Post
        My fiance likes Sorel and Baffin for outdoor work.

        Myself, eh, I use what I've learned to trust my life with in military situations, the good ol' M1949 Matterhorns and Danner Fort Lewis (what I am wearing right now as a matter of fact). I know they have their limitations, but throw a quality set of gaiters on over them, and I feel comfortable going anywhere.

        A word of caution, however...I bought my last pair of Matterhorns from the Brigade Quartermaster catalog. They look like any others except there is a BQM "archer" logo stamped into the leather on the outer heel area. And...the outermost sole layer likes to come loose at the edges! I returned the first pair I got for a second, still does the same thing, I have learned to live with it and keep the sole in place with some SuperGlue every once in a while. Other Matterhorns never did that to me.
        They just don't make quality anymore just quantity.
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        • #5
          Do agree with the Matterhorn's. They stand up to alot. This website seems to sell high quality stuff. www.uscav.com

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