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Insulated Vapor Barrier Boot Liner
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Insulated Vapor Barrier Boot Liner

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Insulated Vapor Barrier Boot Liner

Manufacturer: RBHDesigns

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Page By: Erik Beeler

Created/Edited: Nov 24, 2003 / Nov 24, 2003

Object ID: 872

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VaprThrm™ was designed for ultimate warmth and to protect your insulation from perspiration. This is vital, since perspiration can degrade the insulating value of your insulation to a potentially dangerous level. VaprThrm™ adds as much as fifteen degrees of warmth by stopping evaporative heat loss. Your insulation cannot get wet from perspiration and, therefore, your hands and feet will stay warm. Less sophisticated vapor barriers have been used for years for socks and sleeping bag liners, but never before has there been a combination of fabrics to provide the warmth of an insulating fabric, with a vapor barrier and a soft lining.



VaprThrm™ is the first fabric to combine the following three layers



Benefits of VaprThrm™ Insulation



* Prevents degradation of insulation due to cumulative build-up of perspiration

* Blocks evaporative heat loss

* Keeps insulation dry and clean

* Adds up to fifteen degrees of warmth

* Helps prevent dry cracked skin

* Best protection against frostbite



Insulator Boot Liner Details:

Combination vapor barrier and 18 oz high performance fleece.



* Two-way stretch, soft tricot lining

* Most advanced sock pattern available

* Five-piece pattern for superior comfort and fit keeps seams off pressure points.

* All seams and labels sewn on outside to prevent irritation

* Designed to be worn inside roomy boot. No other sock needed

* Very comfortable

* Very warm




Reviews

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miztflipUntitled Review

Voted 1/5

I hate these things. I tried them on a recommendation from a friend who swears by them. Not only did they feel really funny in my boot, I felt like I was walking in a plastic bag full of water.



They didn't do anything but allow my feet to get torn up due to all the moisture that was held in.



I might also note that I have very sweaty feet in the first place.
Posted Nov 30, 2004 5:11 pm

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