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Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot

Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot

Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus Iv XTM Omni-Heat Mid Calf Boot
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Features

  • Leather / Nylon
  • Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 8.5" from arch
  • Techlite lightweight midsole for long lasting comfort, superior cushioning, and high energy return
  • Combination of leather, nylon, webbing and metal hardware. Waterproof seam-sealed construction. Techlite shell. Omni-Heat reflective lining. 600g insulation. Rated -65F/-54C
  • Michelin WINTER COMPOUND. Cold Temperature firm grip to -30 DegreeC/-22 DegreeF. Anti-slip rubber, good abrasion resistance.

Description

Extreme conditions call for extreme protection. The ultimate boots for the harshest winter environments. Columbia offers a wide variety of outdoor performance footwear, outerwear, sportswear, and accessories. Columbia products are engineered using the best technologies and highest quality materials, providing you with innovative products that are functional yet stylish and a great value.


Product Dimensions 11.81 x 7.87 x 1.97 inches; 1.81 Pounds


Item model number 1791191


Department Mens


Date First Available August 9, 2018


Manufacturer Columbia


ASIN B0787LMXNY


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars


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Features

  • Leather / Nylon
  • Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 8.5" from arch
  • Techlite lightweight midsole for long lasting comfort, superior cushioning, and high energy return
  • Combination of leather, nylon, webbing and metal hardware. Waterproof seam-sealed construction. Techlite shell. Omni-Heat reflective lining. 600g insulation. Rated -65F/-54C
  • Michelin WINTER COMPOUND. Cold Temperature firm grip to -30 DegreeC/-22 DegreeF. Anti-slip rubber, good abrasion resistance.

Description

Extreme conditions call for extreme protection. The ultimate boots for the harshest winter environments. Columbia offers a wide variety of outdoor performance footwear, outerwear, sportswear, and accessories. Columbia products are engineered using the best technologies and highest quality materials, providing you with innovative products that are functional yet stylish and a great value.


Product Dimensions 11.81 x 7.87 x 1.97 inches; 1.81 Pounds


Item model number 1791191


Department Mens


Date First Available August 9, 2018


Manufacturer Columbia


ASIN B0787LMXNY


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Leather / Nylon
  • Imported
  • Rubber sole
  • Shaft measures approximately 8.5" from arch
  • Techlite lightweight midsole for long lasting comfort, superior cushioning, and high energy return
  • Combination of leather, nylon, webbing and metal hardware. Waterproof seam-sealed construction. Techlite shell. Omni-Heat reflective lining. 600g insulation. Rated -65F/-54C
  • Michelin WINTER COMPOUND. Cold Temperature firm grip to -30 DegreeC/-22 DegreeF. Anti-slip rubber, good abrasion resistance.

Description

Extreme conditions call for extreme protection. The ultimate boots for the harshest winter environments. Columbia offers a wide variety of outdoor performance footwear, outerwear, sportswear, and accessories. Columbia products are engineered using the best technologies and highest quality materials, providing you with innovative products that are functional yet stylish and a great value.


Product Dimensions 11.81 x 7.87 x 1.97 inches; 1.81 Pounds


Item model number 1791191


Department Mens


Date First Available August 9, 2018


Manufacturer Columbia


ASIN B0787LMXNY


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars


abunda_amazon_reviews Used about two weeks now. Snow, low 20's, week long camp out. So durability over time is yet TBD. The good: Fit as expected. I ordered a half size large, to fit the inevitable thick winter socks, and was glad I did. My feet tend to be the only thing that gets really cold, and these did keep them warm in moderate exertion. At night, not moving around at all, the boots felt "normal." No toe-numbing cold. Wandered through several puddles up to the bottom of the laces, and they remained dry. The Michelin soles gripped well on icy mud patches, and felt quite "grippy." When laced snugly, the ankle support is solid and comfortable, and will probably get better with further break in. The same can be said for the foot bed, which seems stiff at first, but was noticeably better at week's end. Only con: Unless the shopper looks very carefully at the top two sets of eyelets, it's hard to see that they're not speed lacers [hooks]. Which gets me to the part that bugged me quite a bit when putting them on and taking them off repeatedly. Seems like a little thing I know, and I might be too picky, but, it is a major chore to get in and out of these boots. You're wearing heavy outdoor clothes and you have to loosen the boots all the way from top to bottom just to get your feet in and out, and then gradually grab each lace at each eyelet, tightening or loosening as you go. No kidding folks, it took me ten minutes to don these things. Having said that, it is a small price to pay for warm and dry feet. So, not a deal breaker. But, those speed lacers would take a good boot and [depending on durability] make it almost perfect. PS...having high end hiking boots, in comparison with these, I would not use them for winter trail work. They fit more like snow boots [which is what I'm assuming is what they're supposed to be used for] as opposed to hiking, just in case it might be something you're wondering about.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Almost perfect!;;aregularmook;;;First, I've worn Bugaboot III's before and needed to go a half-size up from my normal shoe size. No problem, there are places I tried them on to figure that out. When looking at the same company, same line, just model newer? Same size right? Unfortunately not. I scored a deal, so I went with the "top of the line" in this line of boots. Size was comically large. Didn't fit at all. Exchanged for my normal shoe size, which is also too large. I did, however, have time enough to take them for a test run. It hit single digits in Colorado and I'm thrilled it did. My feet were beyond cold. I mean, -65 is a ridiculous claim in any case; anything below zero for extended periods and you'll need an electric heater to be truly comfortable, but even remaining active in the positive range? C'mon. When boots are rated in grams, that typically refers to thinsulate, but not with Columbia - who knows what their insulation consists of. Attempted to contact Columbia through this process and never heard back.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Bold claims, no chance;;Andrew C.;;;There are a few reasons that I considered this boot over other comparable boots. The first reason is the top reason: traction. This is the main reason I bought them. If I can prevent myself from falling on snow or ice ONCE, it is totally worth it. These boots have traction. I live in Minnesota where we have just 6 months of winter. This year, the snow in my back yard is hard packed and icy. Walking in non-slip shoes is very challenging. Walking in these boots is no problem. One could say these boots were made for walking, but i digress. The tread is made by Michelin the same that makes one of the top winter tires, the X-Ice 3. The compound is soft rubber to stay soft when it's below 0 degrees F. They work. On ice, they do lose some grip, but I have some yaktrax for that anyway. The second main reason that these are the right boots is for the cold. This year we've had -10 degrees f, and these boots have extra insulation to help with keeping my feet warm. They really work. I have not had any issues with cold feet yet. The final main reason that I wanted these boots is because I'm a real estate agent. I go on inspections and am walking through back yards in 6-12 inches of snow. These work fine. I don't tie them tight, just tied at the loosest fitting. I can then use them as slip-ons and get in and out of them easily, which is also something that I need. In the end, like I mentioned above, if it saves me from just one slip, it's all worth it.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Very nice boots;;S. Hong;;;The rating of this boot is not quite adequate. I work in northern Minnesota with frequent temp below zero down to -40. I bought these to hunt in, and they are not very good for sitting around. But if you hike in winter conditions, these are great. I had them out on the lake (frozen) the other day with about 5 inches of slush and they were great, especially once I moved around. They held out water. But once you get to about mid shin, it will let a little water in. If your work outside and walk around alot, these are awesome. Comfy, warm, light, and quality build. If your looking for a boot for hunting, fishing, or keeping your feet warm while sitting around for long periods of time. I'd consider a higher thinsulate boot. And I'm not very convinced the omni-heat dots really do anything. I give 4 stars because they are a nice boot, but not quite fitting for my application.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Good For Walking In Cold, Bad For Sitting in Cold;;Tim;;;Mind blowing, i have never owned a comfy, lightweight boots like this one. I’m from New York and is cold here not snowing yet and even in my first time wearing it I felt very comfy and it keeps the heat in “common sense”. fyi: NYC 34F;;Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;In love with.;;Leandro and Ariana;;;This product does NOT keep your feet warm as advertised. It is -15 Celsius and it is cold in the boots despite having warm winter socks. So much for advertising good to -65 Celsius. Better to find a different make and model and save your money. Also, it lets water in. Totally false advertising;;Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Does not keep feet warm as advertised and not water proof;;Glenn Brian Stoller;;;I've wore these boots when clearing snow several times this year in single digit temps and they are amazing. They're comfortable, super warm and the traction they provide is tremendous, even on ice. They're also light in weight (while not sacrificing a bit of warmth). I typically wear an 11.5 and these fit perfectly.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;These things rock for snow/ice and freezing temperatures!;;jlb - 64086

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By aregularmook - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2018
Almost perfect!
Used about two weeks now. Snow, low 20's, week long camp out. So durability over time is yet TBD. The good: Fit as expected. I ordered a half size large, to fit the inevitable thick winter socks, and was glad I did. My feet tend to be the only thing that gets really cold, and these did keep them warm in moderate exertion. At night, not moving around at all, the boots felt "normal." No toe-numbing cold. Wandered through several puddles up to the bottom of the laces, and they remained dry. The Michelin soles gripped well on icy mud patches, and felt quite "grippy." When laced snugly, the ankle support is solid and comfortable, and will probably get better with further break in. The same can be said for the foot bed, which seems stiff at first, but was noticeably better at week's end. Only con: Unless the shopper looks very carefully at the top two sets of eyelets, it's hard to see that they're not speed lacers [hooks]. Which gets me to the part that bugged me quite a bit when putting them on and taking them off repeatedly. Seems like a little thing I know, and I might be too picky, but, it is a major chore to get in and out of these boots. You're wearing heavy outdoor clothes and you have to loosen the boots all the way from top to bottom just to get your feet in and out, and then gradually grab each lace at each eyelet, tightening or loosening as you go. No kidding folks, it took me ten minutes to don these things. Having said that, it is a small price to pay for warm and dry feet. So, not a deal breaker. But, those speed lacers would take a good boot and [depending on durability] make it almost perfect. PS...having high end hiking boots, in comparison with these, I would not use them for winter trail work. They fit more like snow boots [which is what I'm assuming is what they're supposed to be used for] as opposed to hiking, just in case it might be something you're wondering about.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Andrew C. - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018
Bold claims, no chance
First, I've worn Bugaboot III's before and needed to go a half-size up from my normal shoe size. No problem, there are places I tried them on to figure that out. When looking at the same company, same line, just model newer? Same size right? Unfortunately not. I scored a deal, so I went with the "top of the line" in this line of boots. Size was comically large. Didn't fit at all. Exchanged for my normal shoe size, which is also too large. I did, however, have time enough to take them for a test run. It hit single digits in Colorado and I'm thrilled it did. My feet were beyond cold. I mean, -65 is a ridiculous claim in any case; anything below zero for extended periods and you'll need an electric heater to be truly comfortable, but even remaining active in the positive range? C'mon. When boots are rated in grams, that typically refers to thinsulate, but not with Columbia - who knows what their insulation consists of. Attempted to contact Columbia through this process and never heard back.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Hong - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2020
Very nice boots
There are a few reasons that I considered this boot over other comparable boots. The first reason is the top reason: traction. This is the main reason I bought them. If I can prevent myself from falling on snow or ice ONCE, it is totally worth it. These boots have traction. I live in Minnesota where we have just 6 months of winter. This year, the snow in my back yard is hard packed and icy. Walking in non-slip shoes is very challenging. Walking in these boots is no problem. One could say these boots were made for walking, but i digress. The tread is made by Michelin the same that makes one of the top winter tires, the X-Ice 3. The compound is soft rubber to stay soft when it's below 0 degrees F. They work. On ice, they do lose some grip, but I have some yaktrax for that anyway. The second main reason that these are the right boots is for the cold. This year we've had -10 degrees f, and these boots have extra insulation to help with keeping my feet warm. They really work. I have not had any issues with cold feet yet. The final main reason that I wanted these boots is because I'm a real estate agent. I go on inspections and am walking through back yards in 6-12 inches of snow. These work fine. I don't tie them tight, just tied at the loosest fitting. I can then use them as slip-ons and get in and out of them easily, which is also something that I need. In the end, like I mentioned above, if it saves me from just one slip, it's all worth it.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tim - Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2019
Good For Walking In Cold, Bad For Sitting in Cold
The rating of this boot is not quite adequate. I work in northern Minnesota with frequent temp below zero down to -40. I bought these to hunt in, and they are not very good for sitting around. But if you hike in winter conditions, these are great. I had them out on the lake (frozen) the other day with about 5 inches of slush and they were great, especially once I moved around. They held out water. But once you get to about mid shin, it will let a little water in. If your work outside and walk around alot, these are awesome. Comfy, warm, light, and quality build. If your looking for a boot for hunting, fishing, or keeping your feet warm while sitting around for long periods of time. I'd consider a higher thinsulate boot. And I'm not very convinced the omni-heat dots really do anything. I give 4 stars because they are a nice boot, but not quite fitting for my application.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Leandro and Ariana - Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2019
In love with.
Mind blowing, i have never owned a comfy, lightweight boots like this one. I’m from New York and is cold here not snowing yet and even in my first time wearing it I felt very comfy and it keeps the heat in “common sense”. fyi: NYC 34F

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Glenn Brian Stoller - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2019
Does not keep feet warm as advertised and not water proof
This product does NOT keep your feet warm as advertised. It is -15 Celsius and it is cold in the boots despite having warm winter socks. So much for advertising good to -65 Celsius. Better to find a different make and model and save your money. Also, it lets water in. Totally false advertising

5.0 out of 5 stars
By jlb - 64086 - Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2019
These things rock for snow/ice and freezing temperatures!
I've wore these boots when clearing snow several times this year in single digit temps and they are amazing. They're comfortable, super warm and the traction they provide is tremendous, even on ice. They're also light in weight (while not sacrificing a bit of warmth). I typically wear an 11.5 and these fit perfectly.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By aregularmook - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2018
Almost perfect!
Used about two weeks now. Snow, low 20's, week long camp out. So durability over time is yet TBD. The good: Fit as expected. I ordered a half size large, to fit the inevitable thick winter socks, and was glad I did. My feet tend to be the only thing that gets really cold, and these did keep them warm in moderate exertion. At night, not moving around at all, the boots felt "normal." No toe-numbing cold. Wandered through several puddles up to the bottom of the laces, and they remained dry. The Michelin soles gripped well on icy mud patches, and felt quite "grippy." When laced snugly, the ankle support is solid and comfortable, and will probably get better with further break in. The same can be said for the foot bed, which seems stiff at first, but was noticeably better at week's end. Only con: Unless the shopper looks very carefully at the top two sets of eyelets, it's hard to see that they're not speed lacers [hooks]. Which gets me to the part that bugged me quite a bit when putting them on and taking them off repeatedly. Seems like a little thing I know, and I might be too picky, but, it is a major chore to get in and out of these boots. You're wearing heavy outdoor clothes and you have to loosen the boots all the way from top to bottom just to get your feet in and out, and then gradually grab each lace at each eyelet, tightening or loosening as you go. No kidding folks, it took me ten minutes to don these things. Having said that, it is a small price to pay for warm and dry feet. So, not a deal breaker. But, those speed lacers would take a good boot and [depending on durability] make it almost perfect. PS...having high end hiking boots, in comparison with these, I would not use them for winter trail work. They fit more like snow boots [which is what I'm assuming is what they're supposed to be used for] as opposed to hiking, just in case it might be something you're wondering about.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Andrew C. - Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2018
Bold claims, no chance
First, I've worn Bugaboot III's before and needed to go a half-size up from my normal shoe size. No problem, there are places I tried them on to figure that out. When looking at the same company, same line, just model newer? Same size right? Unfortunately not. I scored a deal, so I went with the "top of the line" in this line of boots. Size was comically large. Didn't fit at all. Exchanged for my normal shoe size, which is also too large. I did, however, have time enough to take them for a test run. It hit single digits in Colorado and I'm thrilled it did. My feet were beyond cold. I mean, -65 is a ridiculous claim in any case; anything below zero for extended periods and you'll need an electric heater to be truly comfortable, but even remaining active in the positive range? C'mon. When boots are rated in grams, that typically refers to thinsulate, but not with Columbia - who knows what their insulation consists of. Attempted to contact Columbia through this process and never heard back.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By S. Hong - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2020
Very nice boots
There are a few reasons that I considered this boot over other comparable boots. The first reason is the top reason: traction. This is the main reason I bought them. If I can prevent myself from falling on snow or ice ONCE, it is totally worth it. These boots have traction. I live in Minnesota where we have just 6 months of winter. This year, the snow in my back yard is hard packed and icy. Walking in non-slip shoes is very challenging. Walking in these boots is no problem. One could say these boots were made for walking, but i digress. The tread is made by Michelin the same that makes one of the top winter tires, the X-Ice 3. The compound is soft rubber to stay soft when it's below 0 degrees F. They work. On ice, they do lose some grip, but I have some yaktrax for that anyway. The second main reason that these are the right boots is for the cold. This year we've had -10 degrees f, and these boots have extra insulation to help with keeping my feet warm. They really work. I have not had any issues with cold feet yet. The final main reason that I wanted these boots is because I'm a real estate agent. I go on inspections and am walking through back yards in 6-12 inches of snow. These work fine. I don't tie them tight, just tied at the loosest fitting. I can then use them as slip-ons and get in and out of them easily, which is also something that I need. In the end, like I mentioned above, if it saves me from just one slip, it's all worth it.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tim - Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2019
Good For Walking In Cold, Bad For Sitting in Cold
The rating of this boot is not quite adequate. I work in northern Minnesota with frequent temp below zero down to -40. I bought these to hunt in, and they are not very good for sitting around. But if you hike in winter conditions, these are great. I had them out on the lake (frozen) the other day with about 5 inches of slush and they were great, especially once I moved around. They held out water. But once you get to about mid shin, it will let a little water in. If your work outside and walk around alot, these are awesome. Comfy, warm, light, and quality build. If your looking for a boot for hunting, fishing, or keeping your feet warm while sitting around for long periods of time. I'd consider a higher thinsulate boot. And I'm not very convinced the omni-heat dots really do anything. I give 4 stars because they are a nice boot, but not quite fitting for my application.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Leandro and Ariana - Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2019
In love with.
Mind blowing, i have never owned a comfy, lightweight boots like this one. I’m from New York and is cold here not snowing yet and even in my first time wearing it I felt very comfy and it keeps the heat in “common sense”. fyi: NYC 34F

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Glenn Brian Stoller - Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2019
Does not keep feet warm as advertised and not water proof
This product does NOT keep your feet warm as advertised. It is -15 Celsius and it is cold in the boots despite having warm winter socks. So much for advertising good to -65 Celsius. Better to find a different make and model and save your money. Also, it lets water in. Totally false advertising

5.0 out of 5 stars
By jlb - 64086 - Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2019
These things rock for snow/ice and freezing temperatures!
I've wore these boots when clearing snow several times this year in single digit temps and they are amazing. They're comfortable, super warm and the traction they provide is tremendous, even on ice. They're also light in weight (while not sacrificing a bit of warmth). I typically wear an 11.5 and these fit perfectly.