Weather is no longer an excuse to miss out on your next winter biking adventure with the 45NRTH Wolfgar Winter Fatbiking Boot. Designed to handle temperatures as low as -25F, these boots offer unthinkable warmth and comfort in the absolute harshest conditions. Cold feet will no longer be an issue.
The Wolfgar Boot offers waterproof protection through a thin membrane of microporous material behind its shell to keep your feet dry, an essential requirement when heading into the cold. And to avoid perspiration chilling your feet from the inside out, the Wolfgar comes with a merino wool liner, adding another layer of insulation while wicking moisture away from your skin. On longer trips consider carrying a second liner to swap out mid-trip to ensure warmth. Replacement and additional liners can be found here.
Like its cousin the Wolvhammer, the Wolfgar uses Aerogel insoles to insulate the foot from the metal cleat which can create a cold spot on even the most insulated of shoes. Aerogel is compression resistant insulation that continues to insulate even under the hardest of pedal strokes.
The Wolfgar is equipped with a 2-bolt compatible Vibram outsole that is custom studdable, giving you ultimate versatility. Hike-a-bike adventures will not be deterred by deep snow or slick ice. Just like your tires need that extra traction, these boots will help you avoid that embarrassing fall when you come to a stop. And when deep snow meets you on the trail the Wolfgar can be paired with the 45NRTH Bergraven Gaiters for knee-high protection from the wet and cold.
The question we receive most often is should I buy the size I typically wear or go up a size? Some of that is going to depend on the thickness of the socks you wear or if you fall between whole sizes. 45NRTH does have an online fit guide to help make selecting the proper size a little easier, so grab your favorite socks and click the following link here.
asked by: a guest Are the 2018 any different than previous years? Do they fit the same as previous years?
anwered by: canteau There have been 2 versions of the Wolfgar since they were introduced, the original ones did not include studs and can be identified by having black velcro tabs on the laces. The 2nd version has a blue tab and pink tab on the laces to help tell them apart and includes the stud kit and tool.
Both versions of the boot should fit the same.
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