Light Backcountry Boots
The special back-country sole of the Offtrack BC boot series gives you stability and reliable power transfer. This is a boot you want on your feet when you are out exploring the winter woods. It's warm and roomy for socking-up; feet stay dry with the built-in gaiter; there's added support from the ankle cuff; the heels hugs well; and forefoot flexes nicely in the toe box guarding against heel blisters. A great boot for making your own tracks. Good for wide-ish feet.
$179.00 - $179.99
This midweight backcountry boot offers a worry-free synthetic upper with a comfortable, soft collar and full lace for a precise fit. Thinsulate® lining ensures all-day warmth on your outings.
It was the fit that sold us on this boot. There's something special about how a leather boot fits, feels, and breathes. The BCX 5 hugs your foot, providing great security and support for the unpredictable conditions of out-of-track skiing. With a medium BC flex, striding through rolling fields and woods is comfortable on the foot and heel. There's enough built-in weather protection and insulation for several hours of BC bliss, but a pair of gaiters will extend your adventure!
The Alpina Wyoming has power for the downhills, support for carrying an overnight pack, all while allowing you to move freely and not feel like you have a cast on your feet. The tough leather upper stands up to breaking trail in frozen crust, the high cuff helps keep snow out and provides excellent lateral support when you feel the need to drop a knee into a telemark turn when in soft snow. Any snow, any terrain, and it helps to know that the light insulation keeps your toes warm while out playing in it all.
This boot is sweet in rolling back country terrain. "Light, comfortable, and warm" is what our customers like about it, compared to a plastic boot. It's a sturdy boot with very secure ankle and heel plus a broad toe box. This model of Alaska boot requires a 75mm BC 3-pin binding (with or without a cable). Sizing is tricky so let us help you with that.
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