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Northwave Raptor Artic GTX MTB Winter Boots

The Northwave Raptor Arctic GTX MTB winter boot has designed for the most extreme conditions you’ll encounter during the colder months of the year. Northwave have created a winter boot that provides comfort, warmth and excellent pedaling performance so that your mountain biking is not compromised even in freezing temperatures. Constructed from GoreTex's Koala membrane, a winter specific material suitable for temperatures from -10 to +5°C, these boots also provide a waterproof barrier with excellent thermal insulation and the same noticeable power transfer that Northwave owners have come to expect from their shoes thanks to their Jaws Carbon Reinforced sole. The addition of a clever Climaflex collar which is free from overlaps and Velcro is designed to deliver unprecedented mobility for riders, sealing your feet from the cold and completing these capable, dependable winter mountain bike boots.

 

Features:

• Jaws Carbon Reinforced sole with a stiffness index of 8.0 and natural rubber tread for enhanced grip
• Water and windproof Gore-Tex® Koala membrane keeps your feet perfectly insulated in temperatures down to -10°C
• Ultra-snug fitting upper with BioMap Aero Overlap construction
• Extra thermal coating strategically placed on toe
• User-friendly SLW2 dial to adjust fit
• Climaflex collar made of extremely elastic Gore-Tex Rattler® membrane and highly insulating Neoprene
• Integrated heel system ensures efficient heel retention
• Arctic GTX footbed with four-layer aluminium and fleece construction delivers outstanding warmth and insulation
• 360° reflective inserts

Mr Loughna After lots of research, very happy with my purchase. Some said they are difficult to get on - there is a knack but I have no problem with them.
Huw Warm and dry, sizing is accurate.
Mr Ami These appear to be a well made shoe. There is plenty of room inside for a thicker sock that I typically wear for winter riding. It hasn't gotten cold enough in Chicago to really test the limits of how warm they are but with the GTX membrane and the insulation I am confident it will be as advertised. I knocked off a star because the ankle collar is tight and hard to get my foot into. A zipper or Velcro opening here would have made these great. However once they are on they are very comfortable.
Steve I usually wear a 42 in street shoes and a 43 in bike shoes but went to a 44 in this boot. I can get them on and off without difficulty and they cinch up snug. They are a little long but I will be able to wear thicker socks when needed and can probably fit one of those toe warmers at the end for really cold days. Wore them in sleet/rain today and my feet felt great and stayed dry (it was 0 degrees). I hope they handle the colder temperatures. Normal winter is around -3 to -5 but we get cold snaps of -15 to -20.
Jonathan from Canada Rode a 200km brevet at -15c and they were at the limit, so I added some toe warmers and survived. Rode shorter rides at -5 to -10c and they worked great.