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Men's Snow Sneakers with Arctic Grip, Low Lace-Up
Item #: CA501972
These waterproof, low-top snow sneakers are hiking shoe, winter boot and sneaker all in one, making them a winter favorite year after year.
- Approx. weight: 2 lb. 6 oz. per pair.
- Height: 3".
Why We Love Them
We've taken our customer-favorite snow sneakers and added the superior traction of Vibram® Arctic Grip, the most advanced cold-weather gripping system ever created by Vibram. This innovative technology is designed for superior performance on wet ice. Combined with IceTrek, Vibram's best performer in winter conditions, and you can be confident in icy and snowy weather. Thermochromatic lugs turn from white to blue when the temperatures fall below freezing, so you know they're working.
- Waterproofed leather upper with polyester-mesh material and suede collar.
- Moisture-wicking Nylex nylon lining.
- Breathable TEK2.5® waterproof system keeps feet dry.
- 200-gram PrimaLoft® ECO insulation is made of 50% recycled materials.
- Removable, nylon-covered EVA insole.
- SolarCore foam underfoot provides a warm barrier to keep you insulated from cold, wet surfaces.
- Contoured of insole for arch support.
- Compression-molded EVA midsole.
- Vibram IceTrek rubber outsole with Arctic Grip.
- Nylon shank.
- Note: Not intended for indoor use and may harm indoor surfaces.
- Arctic Grip footwear will not prevent all slipping on every surface. Always tread with care.
- Arctic Grip outsoles do not replace the use of crampons, spikes or traction devices.
- Lace-up style with pull-on loop at back collar.
- Thermoplastic toe box & heel counter.
- Foam-padded collar and tongue and gaiter loop.
Men's Snow Sneakers with Arctic Grip, Low Lace-Up is rated out of 5 by 26.
Rated 1 out of 5 by KneatKnitter from Narrow Toe Box OUCH I am a women and I often buy men's shoes because the regular width is the equivalent of a women's wide width. I bought the Men's Snow Sneaker and tried them on as soon as they arrived. The length is good, but these are narrower in the toe box and the instep than a women's regular width! It is like putting my foot into a vise, as though they are a child's size. How could this be? I thought I was spending all this money on a quality product. I rarely buy LLBean products because they are so expensive. It is shocking that their shoe sizes would not track with industry standards. Back they go.
Date published: 2018-01-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by MiscShopper from Very Comfortable Snow Shoes These low lace-up snow sneakers are perfect for bad weather conditions. The artic grip seems to help quite a bit but don't be fooled into thinking you can just walk on ice with no fears. You still need to be cautious. They do help a lot but you can still slip. I have used these quite a bit since I've purchased them and I do like them quite a bit. They offer a lot of warmth over your every day sneakers/shoes and out in the snow I haven't had any moisture issues at all.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Minnesotaguide from Excellent In Northern Minnesota we often get snow on top of ice surfaces. This makes for tricky walking and quick slips as I have experienced in the past. I have previously used Yak-Tracs and other gripping devices strapped onto my shoes. I have now used these boots continuously for almost three weeks and find them to be certainly equal to anything that I have previously strapped onto my shoes. I would recommend these to anyone.
Date published: 2018-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by BDWoodsy from Remarkable Shoe Somewhere between pleased and astonished at how well these shoes work. As advertised, they provide excellent traction on snow, plus keep your feet dry and warm. My walks are a winter free-for-all mix of slush, glare ice, snow, and if I am lucky, some dry pavement, yet these shoes transition through all terrains wonderfully. I was able to do a head to head comparison with my (now former) favorite winter shoes, and the most startling contrast is the traction. With those other shoes I slip and slide significantly more than with these LL Bean shoes. Glad I bought two pair!
Date published: 2019-02-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by Imager00 from Bad Ankle Support Design I usually get a 10 1/2 or 11. The 10 1/2 boot was short and a little tight, so the length of the boot runs just on the short side. The really bad news is the back quarter of boot has an extremely uncomfortable rub on the ankle (low lace up model). I tried loosing and tightening, but that made it worse. As a comparison, I measured against a competitor's boot and the low spot below ankle was 5/8 inch higher on the LL Bean. This put it right into the ankle bone. It's going back!
Date published: 2018-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by BeanFanForLife from Warm and Comfortable I wanted a lowcut waterproof shoe for eveyday wear during the winter. This fits the bill perfectly. It is warm and very comfortable; lightweight, yet rugged; waterproof; and has the arctic grip to help with traction in snow. I purchased my regular shoe size and wear them with medium weight socks throughout the day, indoors without becoming too hot. I can highly recommend this style for those who work indoors, yet want something substantial in bad weather. (Note: if you want to wear thick wool socks, you will need a half size to a size larger than your normal shoe.)
Date published: 2019-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Collamer26 from Arctic Snow Sneakers These Men's Snow Sneakers with Arctic Grip are the best footwear for snow and ice I have ever had (would need boots for deeper snow, though). They are a perfect fit, insulated and waterproof. The best feature is the good drip on packed snow, on ice, and on any combination of the two. Their grip is the best I have ever experienced with any winter time footwear. In conditions when I have had to put on crampons over boots, now I do not need to.
Date published: 2018-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by Collamer26 from Great Shoes - Beware the Laces These winter shoes are the best by far of any attractive footwear for the cold, wet and icy surfaces common in western New York State. They keep my feet warm and dry and the grip is the best I have seen short of using crampons. But, after 3-4 months of use one of the laces lost the 1/2" plastic tip on the ned, and the end6-10 inches of the lace simply disintegrated. What was left was totally shredded into 10 inches of stringy fluff. Be wary and have an extra pair of laces on hand
Date published: 2019-03-08