Winter Boots, Which ones?

Discussion in 'Bikes and Buying Advice - What Bike?' started by phillip scott, 6 Mar 2018.

  1. Tenacious Sloth

    Tenacious Sloth Über Member

    Huntingdon, UK
    I’ve been using Northwave Celsius for the last couple of years and think they are excellent.

    Well made, they seem to clean up as good as new.

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  2. colinbow

    colinbow Über Member

    Shimano MW81 and Lake for me. Much better than faffing about with overshoes.
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  3. GlenBen

    GlenBen Über Member

    Ive no complaints with my northwave raptors. Waterproof and warm. Look less booty than most boots too.
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  4. meta lon

    meta lon Guru

    Shimano mw81 and the warmer northwave Celsius here.
    The shimano are ok but the Celsius are the cold wether boot.
    I get size 44 in both and im a 43
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  5. trewlis

    trewlis Regular

    This looks really cool! The design looks futuristic somewhat. Love that there's technology added to it as well :smile:
  6. The Boa fasteners are a great idea.
  7. eagles633

    eagles633 Active Member

    Testing posting pics

  8. BianchiVirgin

    BianchiVirgin Well-Known Member

    Norn Iron
    Northwave Raptors all the way. Evans have them well discounted. Best shoes I've worn. Use them with Sealskinz socks. The dogs' bollocks really and using mine in the morning.
  9. eagles633

    eagles633 Active Member

    well cool fonzie
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  10. raleighnut

    raleighnut Guru

    On 3 Wheels
    I've used Diadora 'Chilli' boots for years,


    But then the internal zip broke on one boot, they're still OK but not as warm so went for some Specialized 'Defroster' about 5yrs ago.

    1 tip, buy em in spring/summer they're more likely to be 'on offer' :becool:
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  11. meta lon

    meta lon Guru

    They are what i have,superb boots
  12. Julia9054

    Julia9054 Veteran

    Shimano MW5 Dryshields. My choice is a limited because my feet are too small to fit into men's sizes - although this problem is getting better. Three years ago, there was little choice in my size
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