Designed for use in the planet's coldest regions, the Baffin Women's Impact Winter Boot is rated to an amazing -148F (-100C). A two-buckle closure provides easy access when you're wearing gloves so you won't risk loosing fingers just to lace up your boots. A snow collar tops the 1000d Diamond-Lite insulated nylon upper and keeps your feet nice and dry. The Impact has removable liners so you can warm them up in your sleeping bag at night. A narrow heel profile will help these boots fit your feet great and the GelFlex shock absorbing system will keep them comfortable while you're pulling the sled over the miles ahead.
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Baffin Impact Winter Boot - Women's
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