Cabela's Trans-Alaska Iii Pac Boot

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From the Iditarod trail to the treestand, these boots have proven they are true cold-weather performers. A 13mm Texel® removable liner reflects heat inward to minimize loss. Beneath that, the Moisture Trap footbed wicks away perspiration and condensation. A 1/2" layer of EVA foam, coupled with the nylon-covered Phylon midsole, puts 3" of cold-blocking material between your feet and the ground. The tough, flexible vamps are protected by a triple-layer, abrasion-resistant toe guard, and the rubber toe cap ensures longer wear. These boots have a reflective, lightweight waterproof shell with lightweight, reflective nylon shafts. Radiantex™ reflective coating. The 8" liner allows for pants inside the boots, and the rip-stop nylon gaiter has a cord-locked drawcord to keep out snow. They're easy to tighten, thanks to a one-pull ball bearing lacing system. Inside, a heat pack pocket allows you to insert toe warmer heat packs.
Height: 15".
Average weight: 5.8 lbs./pair.
Men's whole sizes: 7-13.
Color: Black/Tan. Top 25 Category Product
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Cabela's Trans-Alaska Iii Pac Boot Reviews:


pretty good - really keeps feet warm

I bought these to replace a competitors arctic pacs that turned brittle and fell apart in -15F temperatures. These are really warm and not too heavy. It takes a few strolls to get used to walking because of the size of them and the sole thickness. Really keep your feet warm. Traction could be a bit better but this could be because of the big footprint they have (less pounds per square inch). The heel pull tab is great when putting them on and I really like the speed laces and the gaither style top. One needs to tuck the laces into the top since they are long. I went one size up because on my half size and wide feet. No problems with them walking your socks off. Highly recommend them for subzero outside activity.
WVoldhiker at Cabelas on 01/27/2014

Outstanding Boot

Exceptionally warm. Ice fished for 7 hours with feet directly on the ice the whole time and my feet were as warm when I came in as when I started out. They were amazing! I wear a size 10 Sorel pac boot but needed to go to a size 11 in this line. Even that seemed slightly snug when new, but like other reviews said, they broke in to a very comfortable fit. Yes, they are not a hiking boot due to their size & weight but are excellent for outdoor snow-blowing, ice fishing, etc. "The" best performing cold weather boot I have worn in my 64 years, period!
HopilongCastaway at Cabelas on 02/14/2014

Warm boots for very cold weather

I bought these boots for a February excursion from Fairbanks to Nome. Temperatures down to -50 and not a problem at all. You can put foot warmers in these boots, but never needed...sturdy, good traction soles for snow and ice. Can't say enough good stuff about this product.
RKHandy at Cabelas on 01/13/2012

Excellent boots

I was looking for a great pair of boots for hunting and ice fishing so my feet didn't freeze and these are it. I've been out fishing and hunting when the temps were well below zero and my feet were nice and toasty.
LCoutdoorsman at Cabelas on 02/15/2010