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    Default Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    Saw these for the first time at TSC yesterday. They are on sale for $99.99. They sound pretty good, but I thought I'd ask if any of you have used them or heard about them?

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    Cofra Thermic, the ideal solution for effective protection against the cold - Magazine Protección Laboral - PROTECCION-LABORAL.COM
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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    Default Re: Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    Well, despite the outpouring of endorsments I bought them. Wore them yesterday, so far excellent.

    Light, warm, comfy, very sturdy.
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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    Default Re: Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    I've gone Baffin all the way. Never heard of what you just picked up but they will prbably be fine in that price range
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    Elite Member jimmyj's Avatar
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    Default Re: Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    Thank you for the reply. I had never heard of them either. Wore them again today. The bloody things are huge, hard to run the pedals of the tractor with them on. But, warm and dry, mmmmmm, warm and dry......
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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    Default Re: Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyj View Post
    Thank you for the reply. I had never heard of them either. Wore them again today. The bloody things are huge, hard to run the pedals of the tractor with them on. But, warm and dry, mmmmmm, warm and dry......
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    Bulky yes but the warmest boots I've ever worn. they are great for snowmobiling and super comfortable. insides are like ski boot liner
    x749, 54 sb, 62 mmm, 48 bb, 6ft LR, 56" thatch, 250lb spreader.

    LX277 - 42" mower, it just mows.

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    Default Re: Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    Quote Originally Posted by sparrowhawk View Post
    IMPACT MEN

    Bulky yes but the warmest boots I've ever worn. they are great for snowmobiling and super comfortable. insides are like ski boot liner
    Nice. I have some Baffin products also. There isn't anything like warm feet. keep my feet and hands warm and the rest of me is OK....
    God Bless our brave men, bring them home, safe again.

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    Default Re: Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyj View Post
    Nice. I have some Baffin products also. There isn't anything like warm feet. keep my feet and hands warm and the rest of me is OK....
    I agree with that! I could tolerate a lot of cold if my feet, hands and head were warm. I do find that my 12v heated vest does work awesome with my 12v outlet on the new tractor by the way! nice and toasty when snowblowing. that plus a heated snowmobile helmet with built-in headphones and I'm ready to tackle some serious snow! :-)
    x749, 54 sb, 62 mmm, 48 bb, 6ft LR, 56" thatch, 250lb spreader.

    LX277 - 42" mower, it just mows.

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    Default Re: Cofra Thermic boots, any experience?

    Cofra Thermic boots are great for the winter months and are very chemical resistant. They are very ruggedly constructed, more so than any rubber boots that I've seen. I know they are also very popular amongst oil and gas workers. Best place I can find to buy online is:
    Blue Collar Workwear - Cofra Boots
    They have a nice selection and offer the optional liner that fits these boots...which isn't necessary so much for additional warmth, but more for better fit and comfort.
    Last edited by WesternNYTractors; 08-01-2012 at 10:04 AM.

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