Keep Your Feet Warm This Winter

11 Oct 2017

Cold feet will now be a thing of the past with the latest range of Northwave GTX winter boots. Northwave have designed their GTX range to keep you riding through autumn and winter, utilising the latest Gore-Tex membrane technology to keep your feet warm and dry whilst you ride. Specially designed for winter weather, the GTX boots have been equipped for temperatures well below freezing, with an extra layer of thermal coating placed over the toes. Safety has also been a key consideration with the inclusion of the 360° reflective inserts, making the GTX range ideal for riding through the dark winter evenings. All the boots in the GTX performance and pro ranges also come equipped with carbon soles, providing excellent power transfer and a brilliant ride quality.

 

Raptor GTX in Camo and Orange

 

Raptor 

The Raptor GTX and Raptor Arctic GTX have been designed for the optimum power transfer and maximum grip required in a MTB boot. The Jaws Carbon Reinforced sole boasts a stiffness index rating of 8.0 and has a natural rubber tread for enhanced grip. The ultra-snug fitting upper with BioMap Aero Overlap construction also reduces aerodynamic drag, making for a faster and more versatile performance boot.

 

Flash Arctic GTX in Fluro

 

Flash

The new Flash GTX and Flash Arctic GTX have been specially crafted to deal with the specifics of road riding during winter. As well as being designed for warmth and comfort the Flash has also been crafted with performance in mind. Like the Raptor, it too has BioMap Aero Overlap construction to reduce aerodynamic drag. The flash also comes equipped with an NRG Air carbon reinforced sole for the extra stiffness and power transfer needed in a performance road boot.  

 

Extreme XCM GTX in Black

 

Extreme

With the Extreme RR GTX and Extreme XCM GTX you get a boot that is built to handle temperatures as low as -15°. The new X-Frame construction provides the snuggest fit with no pressure points maximising warmth and comfort even in the harshest conditions.