Winter boot GT-ICE – G1255
The winter boot GT-ICE designed for performance in snow and ice. Its lightweight, insulating EVA base keeps your feet warm in extremely cold weather, and its 200g PRIMALOFT® insulated thermal liner ensures unrivalled comfort, even at extremely low temperatures (-75°C / -103°F). For a sure-footed gait on ice, the sole is equipped with a rubber part mixed with mineral aggregate, offering optimum grip.
The winter boot GT-ICE designed for performance on snow and ice. It’s ultralight and features a thick sole that offers excellent foot support and best-in-class cushioning. Its lightweight, insulating EVA base keeps your feet warm in extremely cold weather. EVA uses micro-bubbles of air trapped in the shell, creating an effective barrier against the cold, similar to Styrofoam insulation for your home. What’s more, its 200g PRIMALOFT® insulated thermal liner ensures unrivalled comfort, even at extremely low temperatures (-75°C / -103°F).
For a sure-footed ride on ice, the boot’s sole is equipped with a rubber part mixed with mineral aggregate, offering optimum grip. So you can enjoy your outdoor activities for long periods without worry. Have fun and spend a comfortable winter with the GT-ICE boot from Green Trail!
FEATURES OF THE WINTER BOOT GT-ICE
- Waterproof base
- Adjustable nylon collar
- Removable insulated liner included (G1256)
- Self-cleaning traction sole
Effective traction is ensured by crampons designed to perform in snow and ice. The 100% EVA base design, lighter than leather, rubber and neoprene, provides shock absorption and foot support. Step by step, you’ll continue your journey without fatigue.
The EVA is one of the most insulating materials on the market, as it uses air as a thermal insulator. Micro-bubbles of air are trapped in the shell, creating a high-performance barrier against the cold. What’s more, EVA is an oil-resistant, antimicrobial material.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
To prevent your liner from remaining damp, remove it from the boot after use. This will evacuate accumulated moisture, making it easier to dry the inside of your boot.
Avoid putting your booties in the dryer, as this could damage the insulation and reduce your boot’s performance. Give them a good shake and let them air dry. You’ll be amazed at how quickly they dry.
Choose synthetic socks. Natural materials hold moisture close to your body, making your feet damp. Boots, on the other hand, create an air chamber. If your feet are damp, you’re more likely to feel cold. Synthetic socks will wick moisture away from your feet, keeping you dry and warm.
***EVA is a light, flexible material that reacts badly to excessive heat. Avoid leaving your boots near a heat source to avoid deforming them. To avoid deforming your boots, do not leave them directly under the sun or any other artificial source such as a window, radiator, hairdryer, dryer, etc.