A Word On Warmth...
All Pac boots are designed to insulate the foot. Pac boots do not provide direct warmth but, rather, insulate and maintain warmth generated by the body. Warmth estimates are based on the insulating properties of the boot liner. A variety of items can significantly lower the actual temperature that your Pac boots will be comfortable in. These items include, but are not limited to, your length of exposure to cold, wind chill, your overall physical health including sufficient intake of food and water for the conditions, moisture content inside the Pac boot, and the overall condition of the boots and liners. We strongly recommend that liners and socks be regularly inspected for wear and be either dried or changed routinely to eliminate moisture buildup due to perspiration or other sources.
White`s Patented Arch Ease™ Support
There`s never been anything quite like it for all day comfort.
If your feet have ever suffered at the end of the day, you`ll find new comfort in White`s Boots. Why White`s? The reason is generations old: uncommon workmanship and White`s patented Arch Ease™ design. A design that duplicates the natural contour of your foot.
To appreciate this natural phenomenon, take a moment to sit down. Now cross your legs and relax. Notice the angle formed by your leg and foot. As customarily believed, it is not a right angle. Instead, your relaxed foot points slightly downward. In fact you can see your foot`s relaxed angle detailed in our Arch Ease illustration. Observe the high heel and arch supporting the foot in its natural resting position. This critical heel placement affords generous arch support when positioned well under the weight-bearing bones of the leg. Setting the heel ahead also shortens the arch, adding dramatic strength.
Best of all, wearing a new pair of White`s will allow you to feel the extra Arch Ease support missing from ordinary boots. Especially when you lift heavy objects or put pressure on your feet.