Men's Icebear CTCP Cold Weather Boot

239.99 CA$

Men's Icebear CTCP Cold Weather Boot

Description / What it’s For

These cold weather boots are wide fitting through calf and foot and comfort-rated to -50° Celsius. They offer a rugged design for workers on oil rigs and at petroleum refineries. This pair is made with a thermal PU compound to resist cracking at extreme temperatures. Inside, a comfort footbed and Gelflex midsole provides comfortable cushioning and support throughout the day.

Style: 5157

Features / How it works



    Warmer, lighter and longer-wearing than traditional rubber boots







    CSA Grade 1 composition toe and plate, ESR - Electric Shock Resistant

    Oil rigs, petroleum refineries
Men's Icebear CTCP Cold Weather Boot is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great boots Son works in the oilfield...loves these boots for his purpose.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Boots Have had them for a month or so now so cant speak of durability however have used them quite a bit in rainy weather and in water filled manholes and stayed warm and dry! Even a couple times I get some water in, I was a bit soggy but still warm. The fit is good, its almost between big and true to size. I wear a 9-9.5 shoe usually and have a 9 in these and they offer the perfect amount of space for thicker sock or bama socks.
Date published: 2016-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Rubber Boot I wear rubber boots as a Pipeliner almost everyday in the winter season. These boots outperformed the Dunlop boots that I use to wear. I wont be buying Dunlop anymore! Baffin has me sold!!
Date published: 2016-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought a second pair Lost my first pair which lasted 2 years. Worked in the mining industry. Used them for hunting, fishing and atving 365 days. So good I bought a second pair. Little hint though not good for kicking wood in bonfires.
Date published: 2016-01-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Boot I work in Northern Alberta wearing these boots in the winter and muddy season (8-months) for 12+ hours a day. They're lasting great so far (8mo). They are very comfy. I do suggest that if you are going to be working for long stretches in the extreme cold to get a larger size and get a pair of BAMA Booties to go inside. The booties are a must have in the cold climate. If you wear them with bare leg on the inside they will rip all of your leg hair off. This not only hurts but looks pretty funny when you have hairy legs.... The dunlops do it too (which are also good boots). Just wear pants or very high socks or whatever underneath. All in all, good boot.
Date published: 2015-03-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great boot with only a few minor problems These boots are insanely comfy on the feet! The sole is very durable and you can't feel anything through the bottoms. Make sure you buy your boots at a perfect size because, the rim around the top of the boot chafes the legs (depending on what you're wearing) the steel toe is definitely a bonus! I have had no trouble with any cracking of the material around the toe or what not. The steel is very strong and will not break or bend. The overall quality of the boot is excellent. The boots are recommended a bit to high for the cold weather resistance, they are good for -30/-35 degrees. The boots are a bit over priced, $229.99 is a lot of money. The perfect price for these boots would be $185. The boot definitely gets a full star rating but there is only a couple adjustments that would make these boots completely perfect!
Date published: 2014-12-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This boot is poorly made..... I bought this boot 5 months ago and really liked the comfort of the boot...But the bottom tread of the boot is pealing off.. The glue used is not holding and loosing the tread on the bottom of the boot...VERY DISAPPOINTED !!! Lot of money for a poor quality boot..NEVER buy this brand again.....
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Also only lasted 1 year, better value and durability from Dunlops I've had two pairs of Dunlops and one pair of these Baffins. Definitely less bulky and clunky to walk in than the Dunlops but I only got a year out of these Baffins. For the price I don't find that acceptable. The sole wears out real quick and mine developed a leak at about 11 months. Go with the Dunlops overall a much superior boot.
Date published: 2014-11-12
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