Provides extra insulation during extreme conditions and protects against snow.
Added space for insulating liner keeps the feet warm in extreme conditions. Chosen for countless expeditions to the North and South Pole.
Reinforced with Kevlar on exposed areas for durability.
An extremely comfortable BC-boot with an integrated gaiter that is reinforced with Kevlar on exposed areas. The boot has been developed specifically for expeditions and long journeys on skis in extremely cold conditions. Polar A/P/S also has a specially developed last that ensures you have room for liner. It also has extra insulation within the sole. The boot has been used on a wide range of expeditions, both to the North and South Poles, however, it is also suitable for simpler expeditions in cold conditions.
The boots are developed especially for use with liner. We recommend buying the boot 2 sizes larger than normal for use with liner during extreme conditions.
Liners are purchased separately and are available in accessories.
Certain snow/crust conditions are an extreme strain on the shoes materials, and with use under such conditions increased wear is expected.
Integrated gaiters made from durable Cordura. Provides extra insulation during extreme conditions and protects against snow. Extra reinforcement on the inside.
Rottefella BC sole provides optimum stability, which contributes to good control in rough terrain and in variable snow conditions. The sole has good insulation properties.
A moisture absorbing insole with insulating properties to keep your feet dry and warm.
An anatomically designed insole made from insulating felt as well as breathable materials with good absorbency that keep your feet warm and dry. The sole has an antibacterial surface that helps prevent odors.
A specially developed fit that provides enough space for wool inner boots or two pairs of polar socks.
A lacing system that combines open and lockable hooks. Allows for individual adjustment of the ankle and forefoot.
Easy entry loops make the boots easy to take on and off.
Heel reinforcements made of plastic that provide better support. An ergonomic and stable heel cap locks the foot in the boot, anchors it to the midsole and reduces the risk of blisters.
A rubber-coated reinforcement that protects the boot from abrasion.
Extra layers of full grain leather that protect the lower part of the boot, which is particularly prone to wear, especially in snow with an ice crust.
Place a paper close to the wall and with bare feet place the foot on the paper, with your heel to the wall. Since it is important to stand up straight, preferably have someone help you draw a line in front of the longest toe. Remember to measure both feet as they might not be identical. With a ruler, confirm the measurement in centimeters and add additional space according to the list below.
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Note that this method is purely intended as a guideline.