The deeper into the backcountry you go, the more likelyit is that you'll have a whole yurt to yourself. But that mug of hot chocolate youpacked won't be nearly as enjoyable if you have cold, sore feet. Luckily foryou, you and your feet will arrive in comfort with the BCX 6 Backcountry Boot.The waterproof Triple-F membrane keeps your feet warm while providingbreathability and repelling water and wind. An added comfort guard provides additionalthermal protection in the forefoot and toe area. A treated, flexible leatherupper and an injected heel cap that provides robust protection prevent yourfeet from being sore so you can thoroughly enjoy that mug of cocoa at theyurt. When you set out the next day to head back tocivilization, know that your feet will be kept secure with the hook-and-loopclosures at the heel and cuff offering you a stable fit. A hinged polymer cuffoffers freedom of movement front to back while keeping a secure fit for yourankles providing even more stability for exploring in difficult terrain. Whenthe snow gets deep, your socks will be kept dry thanks to an integrated gaiterand sealed zipper. After you arrive at the car, slip out of your boots withease using the easy entry loops. Enjoy the drive home with the windows rolledup. Your boots won't be stinky with Fischer Fresh that keeps nasty odors at bay. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE
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