An extreme thermo boot for the most extreme conditions - the Icefighter was built to endure the cold and keep feet warm down to an incredible -40 °C. This high shaft thermo boot combines the high quality, lightweight and insulating polyurethane called Elastopan® with an ultra warm wool and polyester lining. Elastopan® is a 100 percent PVC-free and contains millions of tiny air bubbles and provides 2.5 times more insulation than normal PU boots, while being twice as durable. The sole is extra thick and gives great insulation and grip on ice and snow. These boots feature a Nordic cold climate last, which is wider, with more room in the toe area, since cramped feet could lead to frostbite. The Icefighter is great for snowmobiling, ice fishing, shoveling the driveway - any activity where you encounter the deepest snow and coldest temperatures.
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Place a sheet of white paper on the floor against a straight wall. Stand on the paper with your heels against the wall. Make sure your heels are touching the wall. The angle of your heel will affect the length measurement. Stand still with equal weigth on both feet. Draw a line in front of the longest toe on each foot.
Step off the paper and measure the distance from the edge of the paper to the line. Many people have one foot slightly longer than the other. The number of mm or cm is the length of your foot. When buying shoes for children: Add between 10 mm and 15 mm to this measurement. Feet need room to move, and childrens feet need room to grow.
Check our size tables to find the right size. Shoe lengths are given in millimeters. If your foot length is between two sizes, always choose the larger size.