Fubuki Niseko 2.0 Low – Olive


VIP: $208.90


A warm winter gumboot is like the ultimate dream for us, and the Fubuki Niseko 2.0 Low has brought that dream alive. With inspiration taken from the mountain workers in snowy Japan these boots are a great blend of lightweight, durability and warmth. In comparison to the longer version, the difference is that the cuff has just been shorted and slightly widened. Quick and easy to slip on, the Niseko 2.0 Low is rated to -20°, keeping you nice and warm on the trips up to the ski fields, or for trips to the woodshed! The strong EVA outer shell is designed to protect in harsh weather conditions and the polyester collar can be quickly tightened to keep snow out. The cleated rubber sole gives better traction in the snow and wet conditions. The ideal choice if you’re sick of cold feet and annoying lace up snow boots the Fubuki Niseko 2.0 Low is a dream come through.

Men: Recommended to go up one size.
Women: Recommended to go up two sizes.

Features & Specs:

•    Cold resistance: -20°
•    Unisex
•    100% water resistant
•    100% wind resistant
•    Cleated rubber sole
•    Reinforced ankle
•    Shock-absorbing heel
•    Upper: 100% EVA
•    Liner/Collar: 100% Polyester
•    Sole: 100% TPR

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