The BootGlove provides skiers with an added layer of insulating protection from frigid winter conditions.
Designed in the harsh Alaskan Arctic, the BootGlove provides a protecting layer of insulating neoprene for your ski boots to reduce wind chill and prevent loss of body heat in extreme winter conditions. Also included are custom fit pieces of thermal reflective material that adheres to the underside and toe of your boot liners for an additional layer of insulation. Overall, the BootGlove retains an average of +20°F/7°C in your boot's toe box, conserving heat loss where it's most important...YOUR FEET!
* In an engineered test at Moose Mountain Ski Resort in Fairbanks, Alaska the following results were recorded: The outside air temperature was -5°F below 0° at the ski lodge. Temperature probes were placed on the shell of the ski boots. A BootGlove was placed over one of the boots in the ski lodge. After skiing 1,300 vertical feet, the exposed boot shell temperature was -5° F, while the boot protected by the BootGlove was +48° F. The shell of the boot protected by the BootGlove was +53° F warmer than the other shell. The test was repeated with identical result.