Our quintessential guide to everything you need to know before you buy a new pair of cold weather boots. Tips for making sure that the boots you buy are the boots you need!
Winter Boot Advice & Expertise Blog
Women snowmobilers are demanding when it comes to finding the warmest snowmobile boots.
Baffin is the reigning expert on staying warm in extreme cold weather conditions. Get yourself polar ready with their top of the line winter boots.
Is an Extreme Cold Snow Boot right for you? Say yes is you're a snowmobiling winter warrior who spends long stretches of time in frigid temperatures.
Finding the warmest boots for wildlife photographers and cameramen can be a challenge. We receive calls every week from customers traveling to Northern Canada to capture caribou or wolves on film, a task that can mean standing outside from sunup well into the cold dark night.
The question always arises…”why would I need a –148°F degree boot when the temperature is only 10°F outside”? Well, the answer is simple…if you’re not extremely active while outside for whatever you’re doing, you will want the lightest, warmest boot that you can possibly find, and that is either the Baffin -148° F/-100 C boots: Impact, Apex, Endurance, Shackleton or Eiger.
There is one, and only one, version of the Baffin Apex, which also happens to be our best selling model. We receive inquiries all the time to clarify if there may be an updated style. Why all of the speculation?
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