You've had it with the traffic, the commute, the alarm every morning, and you need a week long break out in the backcountry. You head out the door to leave civilization behind with your gear, supplies, and the BCX 675 Waterproof Backcountry Boot. You're going to go really remote through some demanding terrain to access the yurts and cabins you're going to be staying at and you need something that can get you there safely. The Hinged Polymer Cuff offers front to back freedom of movement while providing remarkable side hold for safe ski guidance through difficult terrain. The Injected Exterior Heel Cap provides you with robust protection and heel cradling for extra security. Nothing would ruin your trip faster than slipping your cold, wet feet in and out of your boots every day. Thankfully, the BCS 675 has an integrated gaiter with a sealed zipper that keeps all moisture out. Those, with the waterproof Triple-F membrane ensure you have warm, toasty, dry feet. When you've arrived at your first yurt, rejoice in the absence of city noise and easily slip out of your boots with the Easy Entry Loops. You map out the rest of your trip and realize you have several long, difficult days ahead. No worries though, with Fischer Fresh your boots will stay odor free and keep a pleasant feel inside. The next morning you head out for day two to find deep, fresh powder. Simply attach your gaiters to the boot with the handy Gaiter Ring for extra protection. Strap up your boots with hook-and-loop closures at the ankle and cuff for extra support so you can plow through the fresh stuff with ease.
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