Light bivouac liner, waterproof and only insulating at the level of the sole, may be missing a cord at the level of the calf to be perfect
Good break shoes/camp shoes for winter hiking
Otherwise OK, but the foot slips sideways off the top of the sole, it's really difficult to walk on uneven terrain.
Perfect for going to the bathroom at night in the store and with snow and low temperatures
My assessment goes to the Viranomainen site: from ordering to delivery from Finland to Switzerland, barely two days passed.
Was thinner than I thought, but really durable. Great enough to keep the camp at -15 degrees. On the colder it got a little cold. # Poor peripheral blood circulation
Midnight rescuers of the World Championships in closed skiing.
Warm camp and slippers.
Eligible camp girls. Thicker insulation at the bottom, but a little of your own foot slipping from it when walking to the side. The extensions keep you well involved. In the low humidity in the shade, on the choppy ground and in the snow, the moisture has remained outside. However, during washing, it was found that they dry very slowly. Foot size 39, M works well.
I like them and especially their height. Perfect for snow-bivy in the Alps. Light-weight.