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    45n wolvhammer's

    So I just received my Wolvhammer boots. These things are really nice, well made, well thought out and yes, pricey !
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    Boots

    I can't PM yet - just signed up to this forum today for the Fatbikes. Have profile on ST for years. please email price to tacmed791@ g mail .com

    They sound like they would fit...

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    [QUOTE=imc2007;9987530]I can't PM yet - just signed up to this forum today for the Fatbikes. Have profile on ST for years. please email price to tacmed791@ g mail .com

    They sound like they would fit...[/


    They went back to the store !
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    Hah, you won't have a problem getting rid of the extra pair. Shops couldn't have gotten any unless they ordered 6. They're pretty rare for now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcaino View Post
    Hah, you won't have a problem getting rid of the extra pair. Shops couldn't have gotten any unless they ordered 6. They're pretty rare for now.
    Fewer are stepping up to the plate than expected. I'll give it a day or so before they go back to the store.

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    Sounds like someone should buy an ad, they're only $2.
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    Just to provide more info, 45NRTH is sold out of these and next batch will be available next late summer-ish.

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    I am seeing them in stock in some MPLS area shops. Specifically at Freewheel in Eden Prairie and Eriks in Eden Prairie and I assume there are some in other shops also.
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    Wolvhammers. Size 50 on my way out the door for my morning commute, +15F. It takes me about 20 minutes to get to work so not much of a test yet, but initial impression is that they are comfortable and very warm. With size 13 feet I still had some wiggle room even with a thin base-layer sock and a thicker wool over-sock. Tonight I'll take them out for a night ride for 1-1.5 hours and see how they work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziax01 View Post
    Wolvhammers. Size 50 on my way out the door for my morning commute, +15F. It takes me about 20 minutes to get to work so not much of a test yet, but initial impression is that they are comfortable and very warm. With size 13 feet I still had some wiggle room even with a thin base-layer sock and a thicker wool over-sock. Tonight I'll take them out for a night ride for 1-1.5 hours and see how they work.
    Excellent combo, Pin Stripes and Wolvhammers.

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    There's a stack of these at Freewheel Minneapolis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Logantri View Post
    Sounds like someone should buy an ad, they're only $2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziax01 View Post
    Wolvhammers. Size 50 on my way out the door for my morning commute, +15F. It takes me about 20 minutes to get to work so not much of a test yet, but initial impression is that they are comfortable and very warm. With size 13 feet I still had some wiggle room even with a thin base-layer sock and a thicker wool over-sock. Tonight I'll take them out for a night ride for 1-1.5 hours and see how they work.
    I wore them for a 2 hour ride last night at -5F and they were pretty warm. Towards the end of my ride, my toes started to get a little cold, but overall I was pretty impressed. Next time I will try two pairs of merino wool socks and see how it goes.

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    Picked a pair of these up tonight from my LBS and have to say that these boots are very well made. I will try them out tomorrow in some single digit weather down on the MN river bottoms.

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    I picked up a set of 43's (I normally wear a 41.5 or 42). I've been out on three fatbike rides and these are great boots. Warm, stiff, comfortable. Going to use these for both fatbiking and commuting to work. I preordered mine back in September/October. The local shops are selling through these boots quick!

    We just had "SNOWMAGEDDON" last night and the roads and bikepaths were wet and slushy. I wore a knee high wool ski sock inside and Sugoi Firewall softshell XC pants over the boots. I suspect water permeated my lower pant leg and wicked down my wool sock into the boot as my toes started getting wet about 3 hours into my ride. The boots have been drying out over the heat register all night and are still damp.

    Going to invest in a good set of gaiters next. I suspect that will help keep my feet dry.

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    Just did a 10 mile ride in 12F weather and I am impressed with these boots. My feet stayed comfortable the entire time!

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