Cabela's The North Face Chilkats II Pac Boots

Priced: $74.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's The North Face Chilkats II Pac Boots -
Winter Grip™ rubber outsoles grab slick, wet surfaces for positive winter traction. 200-gram PrimaLoft® Eco insulation traps warmth for comfort in subzero temperatures. D-ring attachment points anchor gaiters for snowshoeing. Injection-molded shank plates provide support and stability. EVA midsoles cushion feet on hard-pack snow and ice. Waterproof nubuck-and-suede uppers with speed-lacing system. Imported.
Women’s sizes: 6-10. Half sizes to 10.
Color: Dark Gull Grey. 
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Cabela's The North Face Chilkats II Pac Boots Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Warm, warm, warm!!!!

I absolutely love these boots!!! They are perfect for snowshoeing and winter walks. If warmth is your priority, I would highly recommend them.
Kimberly1102 at Cabelas on 12/24/2013


Good value and great product
landmb at Cabelas on 02/19/2013

Negative Reviews:

size info

The size seems to run small. Since I ordered online, I needed to know if they ran true to size or not. I took a chance and ordered the correct size for my daughter. They were too small. She had to take over 2 hours to drive to Cabela's and exchange them for another size, but they were not in stock, so she had to get other boots and wound up paying an extra $80. I am disappointed as these boots were a Christmas present because she was headed to the subarctic temps of northern Wisconsin.
Please include info about the boot size running small.
danmo1202 at Cabelas on 01/08/2014

Neutral Reviews:

A little dissapointed

I got these boots because all the reviews said they keep your feet so warm and are very comfortable and water proof. Well, they are comfortable once you break them in but at first they are very stiff and limit your ankle from moving easily. My feet definitely stay dry but not warm. I recommend wool socks and toe warmers if you are going to be in them a long period of time. Last weekend we went ice fishing (it was very cold) I was warm ALL over except my face and toes. I had to borrow toe warmers and stick them between the two pairs of socks I was wearing. Otherwise, the style is great and they are wonderful for Maine winters. Just buy some warm socks with them!
Midget84 at Cabelas on 01/29/2013