The North Face Mens Chilkat II Snow Boot from £110 down to £55 @ Cotswold Outdoor
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The North Face Mens Chilkat II Snow Boot from £110 down to £55 @ Cotswold Outdoor

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Found 24th FebMade hot 24th Feb
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

22 Comments

great quality boots very hard wearing

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" 24th Feb

S.c.0.TT.y

Anyone know how the sizes run? Im a 10'ish... but they dont have in … 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

S.c.0.TT.y

Anyone know how the sizes run? Im a 10'ish... but they dont have in … Anyone know how the sizes run? Im a 10'ish... but they dont have in stock. Considering the 11I 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.

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

Great dog walking boots. Heat added.

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" 24th Feb

I'd always go for brasher walking boots they're amazing. Good find though

B.BOY

Great dog walking boots. Heat added.



Did you buy two pairs, or does your dog put two paws in each boot?

Great boots, great price. hot.

You should look at the reviews before buying they don't store well, made from low quality materials and split easily

Propper dad boots they are

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

DellB0y

Normally I'm a fan of North Face, but these are foo kUgly - Afraid I'd … Normally I'm a fan of North Face, but these are foo kUgly - Afraid I'd need exposure to -20C to want theseGood price though




Mate you posted a deal for these monsters:

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

#Justsayin

RAFAVDV

Mate you posted a deal for these monsters:#Justsayin


Yeah - they were crazy cheap!
And although I've never been one for white trainers, they're not hideous..

6.66% TCB - devilish!

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You should look at the reviews before buying they don't store well, made … 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.

£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.

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" 25th Feb

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" 26th Feb

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.

£79 now - expired
Edited by: "RAFAVDV" 27th Feb
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