Building on the success of their ultra packable zip-up Radler Trail Camp shoes, Timberland has created an insulated camp boot version for winter. The Radler Camp Insulated boots for men and women zip together for compact storage, are weather resistant, and toasty warm.
The new Radler Camp Insulated boots are built on the same lightweight and flexible rubber base as the original Trail Camp shoes. Instead of zipping into itself themselves, however, the insulated boots zip to each other for compact storage in your backpack.
The men’s camp boots feature 400 grams of lofted Thermolite insulation to keep your feet warm while hanging around camp. Unlike down booties, the Radler Camp Insulated boots feature a rugged outsole made from a combination of Gripstick and Green Rubber, meaning you can wear them safely over almost any terrain.
The entire insulated boot is treated with P2i Ion Mask technology, a protective liquid repellent nano-coating. When water and dirt hit the Ion Mask coating, they simply roll or brush off instead of being absorbed by the fabric.
The women’s insulated camp boot version comes in fun color combinations with the addition of a faux shearling lining. Part of the Timberland Earthkeepers collection, the women's version uses PrimaLoft insulation made from 70% recycled PET. The ReFleece lining and Green Rubber outsoles make use of almost half recycled material as well.
The Timberland Radler Camp Insulated Boots will retail for $95, hitting the shelves just in time for your Fall 2012 adventures.