The unstad 8mm Booties are 8 mm wet shoes in durable and stretchy neoprene made to keep you warm in the arctic waters. Rubber sole to ensure optimal grip contact with the board and a loop for adjusting between split to and no split toe.
Rated 4 out of
Split toe but the big guy's as toastie as the little onesI'll back up the San Francisco guy with the merits of rugged thermal quality and a robust sole (from a split toe!). These boots probably set the bar for just the right thickness of sole to be durable for those winter treks to spots and barnacle covered reef wear yet are not so thick that they take the crucial board feel away. In the depths of winter a slightly thinner boot is gonna make you loose board feel through numbness anyway. However again I need one more sizing to fit, this time one up, 46-47 please!
Date published: 2017-11-21
Rated 4 out of
Make your feet feel toastie in cold surfI gave this bootie a four out of five. The only reason is that Norrona has a limited range in sizes that they carry. For example I am a 40, but their smallest size is a 41-42. I just cinched down on the Velcro and there was no movement of my feet in the bottie, but it would have been better if they were able to make a 40. In terms of warmth this is awesome. Some botties I have worn in the past I can still feel the coldness, but this bottie kept my feet warm. I used in in San Francisco where the water is 54 F. My sessions are typically over an hour. Not once did I feel my toes get hold, and it is very comfortable with that liner they use.
Date published: 2017-11-20
Rated 5 out of
Warmest booties ever!If you surf in cold water, get these booties! Best on the market!
what about women surf products?? we surf too, you know...!
Asked by: Yaeli
I agree that they need to come up with a woman's line as well. This was the first year that they came out with the Unstad line, and even for me it was limited in their sizing. I have provided them feed back and hopefully they will expand the line for my sizes in men as well as woman specific suits