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Viking - Arctic 2.0 - Rubber boots

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Rubber boots
Recommended use:
Rainy days
Polyurethane (PU)
Inner material:
Polyester-wool blend
Polyurethane (PU)
Adjustable drawstring in the shaft end
36 - 47
Extremely warm
Item No.:
Product description
Perfect for standing or being active in the coldest conditions, the Arctic 2.0 is a versatile and super warm thermo boot in a lightweight design. This mid-high thermo boot with a storm cuff combines the high quality, lightweight and insulating polyurethane called Elastopan with an ultra-warm wool and polyester lining. Elastopan is a 100 percent PVC-free, bio-degradable material, that contains millions of tiny air bubbles and provides 2.5 times more insulation than normal PU boots, while being twice as durable. The sole has a heel kick that makes them easy to get off as well as an aggressive lug pattern that grips snow and ice well. For a snug and warm fit, the last is slightly narrower. Arctic 2.0 offers comfortable and reliable warmth, down to -30°C. "

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Question from Herbert
Viking Arctic 2.0 black/dark zum Motorradfahren im Winter?

Ich möchte die Viking Arctic 2.0 black/dark zum Motorradfahren im Winter anziehen, sie müssen also absolut Wasserdicht sein, auch bei Geschwindigkeiten von 140 km/h und -15Grad. Würden da die Stiefel mitmachen?

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Johannes | Customer Service
30.03.2015 15:50

Hallo Herbert,

ich bin ehrlich, diesbezüglich haben wir mit dem Schuh keine Erfahrung.

Aber wasserdicht ist er, auch bei hoher Geschwindigkeit auf dem Motorrad. Und warm genug sollte er auch halten. Daher gehe ich davon aus, dass das die Schuhe mitmachen würden.

Aber wie gesagt, mangels Erfahrung keine 100%ige Garantie.

Mach's gut,

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