High Hiking -
Our design team has developed this high-top boot for occasional hikes on any type of snow. Keep your feet warm and dry
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WarmthComfort temperature measured at rest: -11°C.
when moving: -20°C.
WaterproofBreathable, waterproof membrane to keep your feet dry.
GripGrip with SNOWCONTACT technology: materials and tread pattern of the soles.
TractionTraction on snow thanks to the position and depth of the 3 mm lugs.
FitHigh upper with a hook offering a good fit and good support.
Can you be sure that your boots are warm enough for your winter hikes?
Based on the field and lab tests carried out to measure the perception of cold with a panel of users, we gauge the thermal insulation of our boots when stationary (static -11°C) and when moving (dynamic -20°C). It is therefore possible to accurately measure the temperature limit of your shoes' insulation. Comfort temperature ratings are provided for your shoes. We take into account the differences in the perception of cold between men and women.
How do your shoes protect you from outside conditions?
Your boots have been designed with a membrane to make them waterproof and breathable. A membrane is a very fine component (5 to 25 micrometres) affixed to the inside of a fabric, preventing water from entering while allowing moisture to escape.
Breathable shoes for optimal thermal comfort
Thermal comfort is a balance between the warmth of the boots and their ability to allow the foot to breathe. With too much heat or not enough breathability, moisture accumulates and cold can set in. We have designed your boots with your activity in mind, be it occasional or regular, with a membrane that prevents water ingress and allows moisture out.
How can you be sure that your shoes are 100% waterproof?
We made sure that your shoes are waterproof by conducting laboratory tests to simulate walking with the boots half submerged in water. We also conducted field tests to measure wear and aging. During the waterproofing test, we test 3 levels of waterproofing: 2000 flexes (approx. 4 km walk), 4000 flexes (approx. 8 km walk), and 8000 flexes (approx. 16 km walk). This model of shoe has been tested for up to 2000 flexes, which is equivalent to 4 km of walking.
What is the difference between grip and traction?
The traction of the shoes depends on the number and shape of the lugs. The grip is dependent on the materials of the sole and the tread pattern, like the tires of your car. Traction optimizes propulsion, prevents the boot from slipping backwards when going uphill, and stabilizes the boot. Grip prevents the shoe from slipping and skidding on smooth ground or in demanding conditions (rain, snow, ice) by giving grip to the sole.
What type of grip and traction does this shoe provide?
Your shoes, which are equipped with SNOWCONTACT soles, have been designed for maximum comfort in terms of traction for hiking and grip on snow. The arrangement and the height of the lugs (3 mm) are strategically placed for optimal grip when hiking on snow. The surface and the tread pattern of the lugs are designed to conform perfectly to hard snow surfaces and eliminate any excess water so that you do not slip.
What is the purpose of the SNOWCONTACT technology on the soles of your shoes?
The SNOWCONTACT soles are made with a specific component and lug pattern that is designed to ensure the best possible grip and traction. SNOWCONTACT soles are more effective than traditional soles on snow. When walking on ice, the only way to ensure optimum safety is to add non-slip grips to your boots.
Will your shoes withstand regular use over the long-term?
Our engineers conduct laboratory tests to fully guarantee your satisfaction in use. We validate the following elements among other things: strength of the eyelets and straps, strength of the glued assemblies, toxicology, UV resistance, abrasion resistance of the sole and upper components, and accelerated aging.
How to choose the right footwear for winter hiking?
To be well equipped in winter, we recommend that you follow these principles: Warmth: increase heat with warm socks (ideally with a suitable % of wool) Breathability: Choose your socks depending on the intensity of the hike and wear breathable models to limit damp. Height of the boots: adapt the height of the socks to the height of the upper and choose hi-top styles if you need more protection.
How should you preserve the technical qualities of your shoes?
The water-repellency of a fabric is its ability to let the water slide off its surface, without absorbing it. In this way, the fabric does not soak up water and therefore remains lightweight, breathable, and warm. Water-repellency is obtained by a treatment applied on the outer surface of the fabric. This treatment needs to be renewed during the lifetime of the garment. Products (spray or liquid) designed specifically for this purpose are available in our stores.
How does the product warranty work?
This product is guaranteed for 2 years from the date shown on the sales receipt. A product covered by the warranty will be exchanged free of charge. The warranty covers product defects, excluding those resulting from normal wear and tear and improper use.
A score for comparing the products’ environmental impact
The product's environmental footprint is calculated over its entire lifespan using various indicators. A score is assigned, from A to E, to help you easily identify the products with the best environmental performance by comparing products of the same type with one another. Decathlon is committed to this approach. All our actions for sustainability can be found at: http://developpement-durable.decathlon.com/