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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 11-20-2007, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Where to get <-30 degree boots?

I am from the south and am about to travel to Germany and Russia. I cannot find any good boots down here, like ones with real fur all the way completely inside the boots. This is mainly a question for those in Canada or who live in the coldest sectors. I checked Timberland, LLBean, Columbia, SouthPole, ect., all the winter brands down here and I can&#039;t find anything but one layer leather boots that absorb water and have a little bit of fake fur on the brim, just to tease you. So, do you know where to get the REAL boots or shoes?


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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

Try and find some Sorel boots. AMAZING boots for the extreme cold. I have a set in my closet that I haven&#039;t had to pull out for a few years, but I think they&#039;re good to -50C or something ridiculous.

http://www.sorel.com/

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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

Definitely Ugg boots

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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

rocky&#039;s get my vote....

http://www.rockyboots.com/Products/d...;RecsPerPage=8


i can vouche for their comfort.....i had my 1000g hunting boots for 8 years...finally wore the soles completely off.....
mine were very similar to these: http://www.rockyboots.com/Products/d...RecsPerPage=20


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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

let me also add SOCKS are the key to staying dry.....

stay away from cotton...get 100% wool, or synthetic socks.....

look at spending good money for socks though....

http://www.thorlo.com/ws6/socks.php


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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

[quote author=aaronc7 link=topic=95278.msg1868804#msg1868804 date=1195614177]
Definitely Ugg boots

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For seriously. I&#039;m not kidding. They&#039;re like walking on a cloud. And yes they make them without the obnoxious trendy shearling cuffs :P

Check this place out: http://www.cozyboots.com

There&#039;s also http://www.sonomaoutfitters.com/shop/shoes_main.html


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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

[quote author=condor888000 link=topic=95278.msg1868704#msg1868704 date=1195611783]
Try and find some Sorel boots. AMAZING boots for the extreme cold. I have a set in my closet that I haven&#039;t had to pull out for a few years, but I think they&#039;re good to -50C or something ridiculous.

http://www.sorel.com/
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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

http://www.journeys.com/catalog_deta...g&amp;id=69960

I just got these... furry enough?

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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

Thanks for the help guys and gals.


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Re: Where to get <-30 degree boots?

http://www.sorel.com/Product.aspx?to...0&amp;prod=108

LOL Rated to -73.


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