The new 2008 Lake MXZ302 winter shoe
The Boa lacing is simple to operate on the fly and gives you that perfect fit you want.
The full leather shoe is great for keeping the wind and water out.
The Virbam sole is great on all terrain. Walking in the store or hiking the bike over trees.
The neoprene uppers cuffs make for a tight fit around the ankle (but with easy movement for your ankle) keeping out water and snow.
Black leather boots are always cool looking.
If your foot is the least bit wide get the wide MXZ 302 X
I have only 3 rides with them with temps in the teens. 23 miles was the longest. My feet stayed warm over the coarse for the ride and some minor exploring of a wooded riverbank. This were I noticed the positive side of the Vibram soles. They preformed almost as good some mid weight-hiking boots I have. I feel I could use these boots in below zero temps for hours with wool socks and neoprene shoe covers.