Cold Weather Boots

Belleville Cold Weather Insulated Boots
Belleville 795 Desert
Insulated Combat Boots

Ice, Snow, and Freezing temperatures demand a high quality boot to offer foot protection in these extreme environments. For our public service workers, military, law enforcement, and for those that just like warm feet, ArmyCombatBoots.com provides a quick look into Cold Weather Boots.

Most Cold Weather Boots provide warmth using 3M ™ Thinsulate™ Insulation. Thinsulate™ ratings are measured in grams based on cool to extremely cold weather and depend on activity level, perspiration, health, and exposure time to cold temperatures. NOTE: Wearing Insulated boots does not guarantee prevention of cold-related injuries and a medical professional should be consulted for education and information on Frostbite and Cold-related Injuries.

Listed below are Thinsulate™ measurements and an approximate temperature rating.

  • 200 - 400 Grams for cool weather (35 to 65 Degrees Fahrenheit)
  • 600 - 800 Grams for Cold Weather (0 to 50 Degrees Fahrenheit)
  • 1000 Grams for Extreme Cold Weather (0 Degrees Fahrenheit or Less)

For more information on Gram Insulation Ratings or Cold Weather Boots visit these Pages:
3M™ Thinsulate™   |   Cold Weather-Related Injuries   |   Buy Cold Weather Boots

Mickey Mouse Boots

Cold Weather Mickey Mouse Boots
Government Surplus
Mickey Mouse Boots

Although they are not combat boots, Mickey Mouse Boots have long been associated with Extreme Cold Weather Environments. Mickey Mouse boots were introduced towards the end of the Korean war and produced by the United States Government until the early 1990s. They are a rugged, rubber boot designed for cold, wet weather and are rated down to -20 Degrees Fahrenheight. Mickey Mouse boots can still be found on the internet as a military surplus item on websites such as MilitaryClothing.com

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