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Northwave Celsius R Arctic GTX Winter Boots - 2021Northwave Celsius R Arctic GTX Winter Boots - 2021

This item was discontinued 2nd August 2022.

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Code:: NWF-80204031
Northwave Celsius R Arctic GTX Winter Boots - 2021
  • Winter road shoes with wind- and waterproof GORE-TEX KOALA membrane
  • NRG AIR CARBON outer sole with fibreglass reinforcement for optimal power transfer
  • Upper with overlap construction for reduced wind resistance and outstanding fit
  • CLIMAFLEX cuff with very elastic GORE-TEX RATTLER membrane and insulating neoprene
  • SLW2 dial can be adjusted precisely to the millimetre
  • Seamless toe construction
  • Reinforced, abrasion-proof toe box
  • Pull tabs at the front and rear
  • Insulating ARCTIC 4LAYER insole
  • Reflective elements
  • Compatible with road bike pedal systems using cleats with 3-bolt standard
Ian I suffer from cold feet more than most, but these boots are getting me out on the bike where everything else has failed. Bit baggy on the neoprene cuff and if water does get in it takes ages to dry them out.
James Pearce Fast delivery (to the USA) and a great product. So far these shoes have kept my feet warm and comfortable in pretty cold temps. Very happy! AAAAAA++++ Purchase and experience w Merlin Cycles
Mr Jones Excellent winter shoe, light weight, totally water proof. Well fitting without cramping up toes. Fantastic bt of kt.
Mr Edwards As winter approaches, we all want to keep our feet warm and dry when out on the road. I've always been a fan of Northwave footwear - I'm UK size 11 and find that the EU 46 fit me perfectly. These boots are warm and comfortable. They haven't been out in very cold weather yet but I'm confident they'll acquit themselves well. Top tip for putting them on - use a shoehorn. It's a bit tricky otherwise.