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Inspired by the Yukon Quest dog sled race, this beefy boot provides unbeatable warmth and protection during active adventures in extreme conditions thanks to seam-sealing, waterproof construction, a built-in gaiter with barrel lock closure and super thick removable ThermoPlus™ felt liner.

Construction:
  • Seam-sealed waterproof construction
  • Waterproof PU backed synthetic textile upper
  • Built-in gaiter with barrel lock closure system
  • Removable 13mm ThermoPlus™ felt InnerBoot
  • Removable molded EVA comfort footbed
  • Removable 13mm Sorel Meltdown Midsole™
  • 12mm EVA internal midsole
  • Traction enhancing multi-directional rubber lug outsole
  • Shaft Height: 16 in / 40.6 cm
  • Weight: 42 oz / 1191 g
  • Sorel rated: -100° fahrenheit / -73.3° Celsius
  • Imported

Fabric:
  • UPPER
    PU backed synthetic textile
  • LINING
    13mm Thermoplus felt
  • FOOTBED
    EVA
  • MIDSOLE
    EVA, 13mm Sorel Meltdown Midsole
  • OUTSOLE
    Rubber

Men's Intrepid Explorer™ -100 Boot

 
Men's Intrepid Explorer™ -100 Boot 4 5 7 7
Don't have rubber sole on liner. I just got these boots in the mail, so I can't comment on the quality of this version of this boot. I just want to let everyone know that one of the Greatest parts of the older version of this boot was that the liner had a rubber sole , so it could be worn alone during the parts of the day when weather was warm, or driving, etc... used to be able to just pull off the outer boot and keep going. I bought another set of this boot just because of how much I enjoy having the option of that lightweight, warm, inner boot, but this new version DOES NOT have the rubber sole on the liner. I think that Sorel made a Huge mistake by changing that liner. The liner was almost like a Lobbins boot, and was just so handy and I thought was a great design. Like I said, I think Sorel made a mistake with this design change, and so everyone knows, this boot does NOT have the great rubber soled liner. If you are ok without having that cool liner boot , then they may still be a good boot. I will have to weigh out the option of sending them back now, or not.... I was hoping for the design of the boot to be basically the same as it was a couple years ago, when it had the orange trim, etc... I got this new boot in April, 2013. April 5, 2013
Bad rubber and glue Let the pictures do the talking. Moderate use. Ice fishing from -40f to 20f. Hunting and snowshoeing. January 4, 2013
Warm & Comfortable Boot Wore this in the Arctic while hunting the Aurora. Stood in below freezing conditions for up to 10 hours at a time and stayed warm with a pair of wool socks. Great traction and flexibility in sole. February 28, 2012
Great feel although these RUN BIG Careful when ordering as these run large. I am a normal 11 or an 11.5 in most footwear brands and I ordered an 11 and my toes have an extra 1" of space January 30, 2012
A True Cold-Weather Boot! I have one of the earlier versions (very cool color scheme with black and orange), but it is pretty much the same.This boot is amazing! I have used them for snowshoeing in sub-zero temperatures, and my feet remained warm and comfortable. Seriously, I was expecting that the extremely low temperature rating would mean only that my feet would not be uncomfortably cold, but instead they delivered as advertised. Not only were my feet not even slightly cold, they were actually warm. I have trekked in the snow for hours and my feet stayed warm the entire time.The built-in gaters are an excellent design feature, as they keep the snow out when you accidentally sink in deep snow!They are truly waterproof, as my feet have always remained dry despite being in the snow for hours.The base is large, which adds stability to your step. The boot looks large and has drawn comments like "moon boots', Frankenstein boots", etc., but those criticisms are overcome by the praise you receive after your feet remain warm after hours in the cold.The fit is not snug the way I prefer my backpacking boots, but they are not too loose either. I generally use a liner sock and thick wool socks anyway, and they fit fine.They are a little pricey, but comfort in extreme conditions naturally carries a premium. Plus, they are half the cost of other extreme, alpine boots.Overall, I have had no complaints. The boots are fantastic! January 19, 2012
Very Pleased As always, Sorel has a great product and very quick hassle free delivery.Thanks January 3, 2012
great for ice fishing I've had sorels over the years but they don't compare to the intrepid I got last year for ice fishing. I was out last winter in 20to30 below with the wind blowing hard everything was cold except my feet. great boot... November 22, 2010
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