Glossary - Boot TermsThere are 7 entries in this glossary.
A moisture-wicking synthetic fabric that keeps your feet dry and comfortable.
An antimicrobial insole to prevent bacteria growth while wicking moisture away to keep feet dry and comfortable.
|Thinsulate® Insulation 400-gram||
Thinsulate’s fibers trap warm air and retain heat with breathability, even in wet or damp conditions.
|Thinsulate® Ultra Insulation||
Thin, lightweight, and durable, Thinsulate insulation is warmer than other types of insulation, especially when exposed to the beating generated by footwear. Chippewa uses at least 400 grams of Thinsulate per square meter in toe, vamp, heel, and ankle, in every Thinsulate-insulated boot.
Insulation uses microfibers that trap dead air but do not absorb water, helping to keep feet warm even in damp conditions. Thinsulate™ is a trademark of 3M.
Thin, lightweight, and durable, low-bulk Thinsulate™ Ultra insulation is warmer than most other types of insulation, especially when exposed to the beating generated by footwear. Chippewa uses at least 400 grams of Thinsulate™ per square meter in toe, vamp, heel, and ankle, in every Thinsulate™-insulated boot.
Our patented high-abrasion boot tip - a Matterhorn innovation - provides superior protection and extends the life of the boot.