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The North Face Mens Chilkat II Snow Boot from £110 down to £55.00 @ Cotswold Outdoor

£55.00 @ Cotswold Outdoor
Showed as £79 instore (Liverpool st branch) but checkouts at £55. Same £55 price online. Click and Collect is available Sizes available: 8, 9, 11, 12 Heatseeker insulation rated to -25 degrees… Read More
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
Showed as £79 instore (Liverpool st branch) but checkouts at £55.
Same £55 price online.
Click and Collect is available

Sizes available: 8, 9, 11, 12

Heatseeker insulation rated to -25 degrees

Product Features
•Weight: 1400g
•Waterproof, BLC-compliant leather upper
•200g Heatseeker insulation
•Waterproof construction for ultimate weather protection
•Dri-Lex fleece collar and tongue lining
•Anatomically engineered, injection-molded waterproof TPR shell with forefoot grooves
•Rustproof hardware
•Gaiter compatible D-ring Bottom
•Compression molded EVA midsole
•Durable TNF Winter Grip rubber outsole
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1 Like #1
great quality boots very hard wearing
#2
Anyone know how the sizes run? Im a 10'ish... but they dont have in stock. Considering the 11

I got Karrimor Bodmin IV Weathertite, Men's Trekking and Hiking Shoes, Black Sea in size 10 and they fit me well.

Edited By: S.c.0.TT.y on Feb 24, 2017 15:47
1 Like #3
S.c.0.TT.y
Anyone know how the sizes run? Im a 10'ish... but they dont have in stock. Considering the 11
just wear 2 pair of thick socks should do the trick
1 Like #4
S.c.0.TT.y
Anyone know how the sizes run? Im a 10'ish... but they dont have in stock. Considering the 11
I got Karrimor Bodmin IV Weathertite, Men's Trekking and Hiking Shoes, Black Sea in size 10 and they fit me well.
Get size 11. I have the kids version and I find that it runs slightly small on me. It does rub the back of my leg a little but then again I'm not used to wearing boots. I have read elsewhere that this boot is not suitable for people with wide feet.
#5
Thanks everyone, ordered for in-store collection (this way I can return them easily if they dont fit).

But by the looks of it, I will get them to fit me :D
#6
Great dog walking boots. Heat added.
#7
this might be a stupid question but what's the difference between walking boots and snow boots? better water resistance?

EDIT: oh looks like these have insulation to stop your feet from freezing off, they will probably make your feet too hot in normal weather i'm guesing

Edited By: loadsavmoney on Feb 24, 2017 20:53
#8
I'd always go for brasher walking boots they're amazing. Good find though
4 Likes #9
B.BOY
Great dog walking boots. Heat added.

Did you buy two pairs, or does your dog put two paws in each boot?
#10
Great boots, great price. hot.
1 Like #11
You should look at the reviews before buying they don't store well, made from low quality materials and split easily
1 Like #12
Propper dad boots they are
#13
Normally I'm a fan of North Face, but these are foo kUgly - Afraid I'd need exposure to -20C to want these
Good price though
4 Likes #14
DellB0y
Normally I'm a fan of North Face, but these are foo kUgly - Afraid I'd need exposure to -20C to want these
Good price though


Mate you posted a deal for these monsters:

http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/2268802_1.jpg

#Justsayin
#15
RAFAVDV
DellB0y
Normally I'm a fan of North Face, but these are foo kUgly - Afraid I'd need exposure to -20C to want these
Good price though
Mate you posted a deal for these monsters:http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/2268802_1.jpg
#Justsayin
Yeah - they were crazy cheap!
And although I've never been one for white trainers, they're not hideous..
#16
6.66% TCB - devilish!
#17
rvp11afc
You should look at the reviews before buying they don't store well, made from low quality materials and split easily
not according to reviews on Amazon.
#18
£47.50 in the north face shop and at Bents on the East lancs rd. You will need a size up due to the padding.
#19
I just recently bought a pair of these. They look massive on and when I went to the the laces, one of the lace hook fasteners came away so had to return them for a refund. They seem very well made until this happened and heard a few others with same problem. Fingers crossed others don't have the same issues. Have some heat though op.

Edited By: robwatto on Feb 25, 2017 20:18: Typo
1 Like #20
these are really excellent SNOW boots. Had a pair for 3 years now and still look new, totally waterproof ( I walk on the beach with them) and insanely warm, if you suffer with cold feet you won't with these - I guarantee it! Super warm, and don't make my feet sweat either... they do have a downside, whilst really comfortable, they are really quite heavy, you certainly know you've got them on, walking in them can get more tiring compared to walking shoes. £55 is an amazing price I think I got mine for around £80 and it's certainly a lot of boot for the money. These are a High quality snow boot - you definitely could not use them in the warmer months though - your feet would get too hot. I see others have had some issues but me and the missus haven't and we've had them a while like I said. If you can cope with the weight, £55 is a no brainer steal. Voted Hot.

Edited By: hukd_addict on Feb 26, 2017 01:20
#21
anthonyoakes
I'd always go for brasher walking boots they're amazing. Good find though

I disagree. I had a pair of Brasher Hillmaster GTX about 20 years ago and they were good. 4 years ago, I needed a new pair and found Brasher are now made in China and very inferior to what they once were, also very negative reviews. I ended up buying a pair of Meindl Burma GTX's, which is what I really call walking boots.
#22
£79 now - expired

Edited By: RAFAVDV on Feb 27, 2017 11:27

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