Baffin Buk-Buk Winter Boots

Priced: $89.73 Rated:   - 1 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Baffin Buk-Buk Winter Boots
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Color: Black
REI (2012) (closeout)
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Built to keep feet comfortable even in extreme cold, the women's Baffin Buk-Buk winter boots offer insulation, waterproof protection and cozy style so you can play or work outside in frigid weather.

Temperature ratings are approximate based on high activity levels and can be affected by many conditions, including weather, wearer's activity level, fitness, metabolism, perspiration, circulation, exposure time, clothing and cold sensitivity.



  • Inner booties with Thermoplush polyester insulation provide warmth and are removable for easy drying


  • EVA foam midsoles provide a cushioned, contoured fit and insulate feet against the cold ground


  • Insulation offers comfort in cold weather down to -40°F

Weather and Wind:

  • Flexible yet durable rubber outsoles allow comfortable walking while providing excellent traction over ice and snow
  • Windproof, waterproof uppers offer total protection; polyester linings are comfortable next to socks and aid moisture transfer so you don't get clammy, chilled feet


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Comfort range:-40 degrees Fahrenheit
Footwear closure:Buckle
Footwear height:Knee
Footwear height (in.):15 inches

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Baffin Buk-Buk Winter Boots Review:


One Stupidly Designed Boot!

This is one poorly designed boot! If you like loads of snow coming into your boot from the top, these are the boots for you. Because of the cozy and warm liner design, there is a huge gap at the top of the boot. So, when clearing snow off my car, it easily fell right into my boots at the top, melted slowly, and resulted in wet socks and then cold and wet feet. No matter how much I tried to tighten them with the "pull straps", no "luck." How could anyone manufacture a winter SNOW boot like this? After trying them out in two snow storms this week, I've concluded - these are a flop, so, I'm returning them to an REI store this evening. Am VERY disappointed; these are NOT cheap boots.
DM from Melrose MA at REI on 12/12/2013