Bunny boots The white boot is designed for use in extreme cold weather from −65 °F (−53.8 °C).
Bunny boots is the widely used nickname for the Extreme Cold Vapor Barrier Boots used by the United States armed forces.
The linerless bulbous boots retain warmth by sandwiching up to one inch of wool and felt insulation between two layers of rubber and
are typically worn with one heavy wool sock. These boots were originally developed at the Navy Clothing and Textile Research Center in Natick,
Massachusetts, US, for use during the Korean War.
Originally designed for the military, such boots have become staple cold weather gear both in civilian work and recreational environments.
Bunny boots are very popular in Alaska.
Model: Bunny boots
- SPECIAL FEATURES
- EXTREME TEMPERATURES