SNOW ISN’T AN OBSTACLE. IT’S AN OPPORTUNITY.
Winter can be hidden from, or faced head-on. Those of us who choose to embrace it find a whole other world; a season of quiet effort. On snowshoes miles from the nearest human soul or chopping firewood in the back lot, winter is not a reason to stop—it's just weather.
The Adirondack Mountains in New York include 46 peaks with elevations above 4,000 feet. Those adventurous enough to summit 550 of the Adirondack peaks in the snow, cold, and wind between December 21st and March 21st attain "Winter 46-er" status. Jim Wallace is one of those. Find out the inspiration behind his transformation from 240 lb. pack-a-day smoking summit failure to a full-fledged Winter 46-er. "When you get to the top of the summit, and you see all the peaks around you...that is the answer. You feel, like, this is why I'm here."FIND OUT WHAT'S WITHIN
Winter hiking holds its own allure—the pristine landscape, solitude, and the sharp bite of cold. A winter boot has to perform, though. Insulation, a thicker sole, and a taller cuff must improve performance, not sacrifice it. The Arrowhead UltraDry™ delivers all the technical specs for a snow-packed speed-hike, snowshoe, or just getting out of the driveway. We customize the Arrowhead with winter-specific elements like 200g of 3M™ Thinsulate™ insulation, the ColdHold Vasque® Venture sole and a reflective lining. It's just the boot to keep moving through winter.
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