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Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot

From the Iditarod trail to the treestand, these boots have proven they are true cold-weather performers. A 13mm Texel® removable liner reflects heat inward to minimize loss. Beneath that, the Moisture Trap footbed wicks away perspiration and condensation. A 1/2" layer of EVA foam, coupled with the nylon-covered Phylon midsole, puts 3" of cold-blocking material between your feet and the ground. The tough, flexible vamps are protected by a triple-layer, abrasion-resistant toe guard, and the rubber toe cap ensures longer wear. These boots have a reflective, lightweight waterproof shell with lightweight, reflective nylon shafts. Radiantex™ reflective coating. The 8" liner allows for pants inside the boots, and the rip-stop nylon gaiter has a cord-locked drawcord to keep out snow. They're easy to tighten, thanks to a one-pull ball bearing lacing system. Inside, a heat pack pocket allows you to insert toe warmer heat packs. Height: 15". Average weight: 5.8 lbs./pair. Men's whole sizes: 7-13. Color: Black/Tan.
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do the trans-alaska lllpac boot run lrg. or sm. on size

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asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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petermc
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The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boots do run slightly large.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
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CabelasExpert1
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I wear a size 10 REG. I was concerned about the sizing as some folks stated that they run small. I took Cabela's expert's commentsat heart and went with my exact size. They fit perfectly; not too large and not too small. As Cabela's noted, if you wear a half-size, go up to the next even size; e.g., 8.5 to 9, 10.5 to 11, etc.
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answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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Straussjoe
Layton, UT
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THEY RUN TRUE TO SIZE. EVEN WITH A BIGGER SOCK THEY FIT GOOD.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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MCS1202
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
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answer 4
I wear a size 12 in regular shoes and ordered a 13 in these boots. They fit perfect.
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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Sconnie2
Northcentral Wisconsin
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get the next size larger
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Gender: Male
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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laquin123
blakely pa
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answer 6
I would say with a medium hiking sock they run true to size.
I usually take a size 13 work boot, and I bought these in a 13 and they fit well.
I have a pair of the whitetail extremes in a size 13, they fit well. I bought these in a size 13 and they fit very well.
Country: United States
State: Connecticut
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answered 10 months ago
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JoshCT
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answer 7
I'm a 9 and I bought 10s.....perfect fit.
Country: Canada
Province: Ontario
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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CDNGearGuy
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Are they waterproof

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salem
Maine, Franklin County
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answer 1
The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boots will have a lightweight waterproof shell.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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CabelasExpert7
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Yes, but even when I get into overflow that's up to my knees and the pacs fill up I depend on them to return my feet to warmth quickly. All Trans-Alaska pacs I've owned have done this consistently.
Country: United States
State: Alaska
Age: 65 and over
Gender: Male
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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alcesgigas
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yes they are waterproof, wear mine icefishing n have yet to get wet feet.
Age: 26-35
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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BigBear29
Iron Mountain, MI
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They are absolutely waterproof
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Gender: Male
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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truvet
NY
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They are water proof I drill on average twenty to thirty holes each time I go ice fishing. These boots perform well they always stay dry.
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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Yes, they are waterproof.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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JoWL
MN
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answer 7
Absolutely
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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Bolger53
Westfield MA
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Will these boots be too warm in +20F temperature?

I will primarily use them for hunting (some sitting and some trekking) and don't want to sweat when the temperature is moderate in the early season.
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asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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trailtotable
Apple Valley, MN
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answer 1
We do not assign temperature ratings for our boots, however traditionally PAC boots are our warmest boots. For this reason, they may not be appropriate for your application.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
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Anonymous
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No, they will be fine. If your feet get cold at all, they are worth buying. I wear them Ice fishing in OH, and WI. I plan to wear them deer hunting too if I'm going to be sitting very long.
Country: United States
State: Ohio
Age: 26-35
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answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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TSProperty
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answer 3
You don't want these for trekking. I'm in Ontario Canada and bought these for ice fishing and stand hunting. To warm for walking big distances and then your feet sweat and you'll freeze on the stand being still if you sit for hours. These have a big foot print so they take a little getting used to but they are super lite. As for +20......if you are sitting still and not stomping around you will be pleased with these.
Country: Canada
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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CDNGearGuy
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no
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laquin123
blakely pa
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Yes
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docwelder
quebec canada
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How wide are these boots?

I normally wear a men's 11 extra wide shoe or boot. What size Pac boot would you recommend I order?
Country: United States
State: New Hampshire
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asked 2 years, 3 months ago
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answer 1
The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot, item # IK:830531, are sized to D widths.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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Id get a 12. I'm a 9 and sometimes a 9.5 and I bought 10s. I wouldn't have wanted them any less.
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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Well I will say I would say if you have an opportunity to try them on do it. If not I will tell you this I normally wear a size 9 D but purchased size 10 because they felt more comfortable to me.
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State: Michigan
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answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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answer 4
I wear a size 8 shoe so when I ordered these they told me to order 1 size bigger so I did and they fit real good.These boot's are snug fitting boot's so I would go one sizebigger. You should really talk to the people at the store to make sure.
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State: Michigan
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answered 2 years ago
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tudy
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answer 5
I would recommend 1 size up.
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answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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truvet
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What size would i need to order if I am a UK Size 11?

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asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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ollyollyolly
London, England
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When ordering the Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot the UK size 11 would be equivalent to a U.S. size 12.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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I bought the size of shoe I normally wear and they fit perfect!
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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Rich40
Grand Junction, Colorado
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If you wear a size 11 UK, size 12D US in these boots would work great for you.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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FrozenInFairbanks
Fairbanks, AK
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answer 4
I'm a 9 US and I bought 10's.....perfect fit.
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Province: Ontario
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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CDNGearGuy
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Has the Trans-Alaska III been redesigned from versions I & II so that there is no need to order one size larger than what you currently wear?

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asked 2 years, 9 months ago
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Straussjoe
Layton, UT
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answer 1
The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot are running true to size. If you wear a half-size, order the next whole size larger (for example if you wear a 8 1/2, you would order a size 9).
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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Anonymous
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answer 2
Trans-alaska III have been redesigned but you still need to go up a size.
If you plan on being in super cold weather I would go up two size's for room for boot sock,s.
You want them snug but not thight.
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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akdogboy
wasilla, Alaska
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answer 3
I don't know about that. I'm a 9 to a 9.5 so I bought 10s......perfect fit.
Country: Canada
Province: Ontario
Age: 36-45
Gender: Male
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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CDNGearGuy
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answer 4
No, but that answer is predicated on three pair I've owned for my feet. Other feet may fit differently, but I'd still recommend one size larger. In this way your feet won't get cold as they will no matter what you clad them with--if they're tight they're cold. If that happens you'll likely send them back--denying yourself the pleasure of warmth for those doggies!
Country: United States
State: Alaska
Age: 65 and over
Gender: Male
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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alcesgigas
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Fit os the Trans-Alaska III Pac Boot

How does the fit compare to regular shoe size?
Should you order 1 size 2 sizes over you regular shoe size?
How is the width? is the fit wide or narrow?
How do these boots compare to Cabela's Saskatchewan pac boot? Are they the same with the cabela's having camo?
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asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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Tomt42
BC, Michigan
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The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot are sized large to accommodate for heavy socks and aid in circulation. We do not recommend that you order any larger unless you plan on wearing multiple heavy socks. The only difference between the Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot and the Cabela's Saskatchewan pac boot is the color.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
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CabelasExpert1
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answer 2
You should better choose 1 or 2 size lager,if you wear heavyweight socks and or patching heatpacks on your socks.
These boots width is EE or Wide width.
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answered 1 year ago
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hiqbms
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answer 3
I'm a 9 and bought 10s...perfect fit. I'm a wide foot, too.
Cant help with the comparison to the Sask pac boot.
Country: Canada
Province: Ontario
Age: 36-45
Gender: Male
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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CDNGearGuy
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answer 4
order next size larger. i have a wide foot and they fit perfectly
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answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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laquin123
blakely pa
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are these the warmest boots made?

I take 7.5mg of cumidin daily for heart blood clots and am considering giving up deer hunting. Even with lacrosse iceman's and toe warmers I last about 1 hour before my feet get cold. I need the warmest made!
Country: United States
State: Michigan
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Gender: Male
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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Cabela's does not give temperature ratings for our cold weather footwear. However, the Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot, item # IK-830531, are one of the very warmest boots sold by Cabela's.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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answer 2
Maybe. Keeps my feet warm. Add the warmer if needed, but likely not.
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State: Alaska
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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ArcticAir
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answer 3
Warmest boots I have ever put on my feet icemans don't hold a candle to these boots.
I have stood on ice in subzero and my feet were as cozy as could be not even a hint of cold and no need for the toe warmers.
I recommend purchase them and keep on hunting friend.
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State: Michigan
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Gender: Male
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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MontanaMan45
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yes
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State: Ohio
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answered 9 months ago
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JuniorInOhio
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How cumbersomely heavy do these feel?

I realize these are stout and very warm boots (warm is what I am looking for), but just how burdensome do they feel on your feet (they are a bit hefty weightwise). Do they snug to your feet pretty good? or feel akward, like not a part of your foot when wearing/hiking in them?
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asked 1 year, 11 months ago
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You do not want to walk a long way with these! I walked no more than a quarter mile at one time and had no problem. Would guess the size, weight, and getting too warm would cause problems quicker than lack of comfort!
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State: Florida
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answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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huntingdmd
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answer 2
They feel a little awkward at first because of the thick soul but I got used to them rather quickly.
They snug to your feet amazingly well, very comfortable.
As I said they do feel a little awkward to walk in at first but I got used to them rather quickly. I have put quite a few miles in deep snow with these and no soar feet at the end of the day.
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State: Michigan
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MontanaMan45
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answer 3
Only at first. You'll get used to them and will enjoy warm feet.
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State: Alaska
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answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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What is the cold rating for the Trans-Alaska 3 Pac Boot?

I've looked at a couple boots and haven't noticed any cold ratings.
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Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot has been tested to protect you down to -135 degrees Fahrenheit.
answered 3 years ago
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answer 2
I can tell you they have them marked in the Cabelas Book Rated at (-135) But not sure if that is with heat packs in the liner or without.. Personally I have never needed the Heat packs and have never got cold feet in the MI cold weather. I Really like these boots.
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answered 3 years ago
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MadJack1
Bay City, MI
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how does the 13mm Texel® liner compare to thinsulate insulation?

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asked 2 years, 10 months ago
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The 13mm Texel liner included with Cabela's Trans-Alaska III Pac Boots is roughly comparable to 1200-2000 grams of Thinsulate material.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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I've had four pairs and different brands of extrem cold weather boots lined with "thinsulate" and the 13mm Texel liner in these boots beat them hands down!
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answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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Fairbanks, AK
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Would these boots be too cumbersome for snow clearing on the driveway or walkway in Northern ND or MN?

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State: North Dakota
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asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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They are not all that cumbersome, in my opinion. I wear them for snow blowing all the time, and they're fine. Heavy, but not cumbersome. Put it this way. I bought them for dog sledding my team of Huskies. That often involves running behind the sled on really steep hills, pedaling with one foot on lesser hills, and lots of walking around when rigging the dogs up to the gangline or loading everything and everyone back in the truck at the end of a run. They're not too clumsy for that, and dogsledding is really putting them to the test. I don't even think about them. Buy 'em! You won't be sorry. They're so warm I've never had cold toes while wearing them, NEVER! Even at -16 while standing on the runners mostly motionless for 4 hours straight.
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State: New York
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answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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huskylover
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If you have that large foot space snow machine,its OK.
But little hard to drive a car or control a airplane.
Ive experienced, its sure.
Country: Japan
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answered 1 year ago
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Has someone tested them compare to the Baffin Apex boots?

Has someone tested them compare to the Baffin Apex boots? Is the Apex or the Trans-Alaska warmer?
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The Baffin boots are rated to -148F, the Cabelas to -135F. The industry standards for these ratings seem to be fairly nonexistent, so those numbers don't mean as much as they should.
From what I understand, these boots have a special pocket in the bottom of the liner to hold a heat pack if you are sitting still on an extremely cold day. You'd never need that extra heat if you're moving in a boot this well insulated. Also, the three inches these provide under your feet is more than the apex. You'll feel nice and tall in them! More importantly, that extra amount will give you more insulation underfoot. But in winter, often the air is much colder than the ground anyway.
IMHO, it's six of one, half-dozen of the other.
What matters most is that you keep your body warm. If you keep a good supply of warm blood headed into your feet, they should not get cold in any reasonable conditions with either pair of boots. If you get cold, your feet and hands get cold no matter what is over them.
One last consideration is the weight. These weigh 5.8 lbs/pair and the apex weighs 5.2 lbs/pair. If you're walking long distances in them, you will notice the difference.
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I don't know anything about the baffin apex boot's but I can tell you that these boot's are the warmest one's that I have ever owned. I don't even wear heavy sock's in them, all I wear is my every day work sock's..They look like they would be heavy but they are not and are pretty darn comfortable. I would recommend these boots to any body.
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State: Michigan
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answered 2 years ago
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What is the best way to clean/protect the leather uppers?

Any advice on what to treat the leather uppers with on the Trans-Alaska? I don't want to compromise the rubber / plastic parts or the glue or seams.
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State: Massachusetts
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asked 11 months ago
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In regards to the Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boots, item # IK-830531, a good choice in leather treatment is something using beeswax as it is going to be safe for most materials and the waterproofing membrane being used in this boot.
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I personally use red wing shoes brand boot oil. its an all natural blend of mink oil and pine pitch, it shouldn't harm the stitching or the engineered materials, I've been using it for years on my boots and shoes with no issues at all.
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State: Wisconsin
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answered 11 months ago
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where are these boots made?

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The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boots, Item # IK-830531, are manufactured in China.
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Do they work with snowshoes?

I will be working in Northeastern Washington and then Yellowstone this winter and I was wondering if these boots work with most snowshoes, as I will have to do bit of walking.

Additional information: The snowshoe I'll likely be using is MSR Lightning Axis.

Thanks.
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No problem.
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Is Snow shoeing OK with these?

I notice they dont have the little ribs for gripping in front and back.
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asked 1 year ago
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The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot, item # IK:830531, will work with snowshoes.
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Are these boots ideal for hunting?

Are they tough, good grip, basically are they not the tennis shoes of boots?
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Age: Under 25
Gender: Male
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The Cabela's Trans-Alaska™ III Pac Boot, item # IK-830531, are a good choice for extreme cold hunting. They offer good traction, warmth, and are waterproof.
Gender: Male
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can you drive big rigs in these?

How easy will these be to drive a tanker in Alaska in, or any suggestions for other pac boots?
Country: United States
State: Alaska
Age: 46-55
Gender: Female
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This is my experiens,that these boots are vest match for stationaly activities @ coldest temps. If you try to adrenalin pomping adventure,you should better choose with more strong tiet your ancle by lace type Cabelas Hunting Pack Boots. Cabelas has more many good Pack Boots which you need. Please sarch online catalog.
Country: Japan
Age: 36-45
Gender: Female
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will you ever make the Trans alaska III Pac Boot in womens sizes?

Country: United States
State: New York
Age: 36-45
Gender: Male
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My wife wearing till 5 years ago, her foot size is US-7,(womans size) but she wear thies boots US-8 (mans size) with heavy weight socks, so she said very good size and toasty. write by husband.
Country: Japan
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Gender: Female
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