Years ago I heard someone say, “if they can put a man on the moon, you’d think they could make boots with built-in warmers.” Well, man did indeed walk on the moon back when Richard Nixon was President and when VHS wasn’t even yet a rich man’s toy. Now in the era of Blu-ray movies we finally have boots with a power source.
The Columbia Bugathermo Techlight Boots are ready for the showshoe trail or just ready to tackle an average American winter. These boots built on Columbia’s BugaBoots, which use a Omni-Heat membrane to reflect body heat back at your cold toes, and the new Bugathermo model feature a built-in heating system. These boots, which made their debut last season – and were not surprising a huge hit – now feature a waterproof Nubuck and split suede leather upper, along with a three-temperature heating system. On low setting the boots can provide extra warmth for eight hours, or three full hours when you need to turn up the heat to maximum
The boots are ready for mountain trekking or even Arctic exploration according to Columbia as these can provide underfoot insulation that is rated to -25 degrees F/-32 degrees C. With these boots you should never get cold feet again!