N-1B Mukluk Boot Liners

Genuine Issue

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These Mukluk Liners are designed for the Extreme Cold Weather N-1B Mukluk Boots. They are made of 100% wool to keep you nice and toasty even in the coldest conditions. See the bottom of the page for sizing information.

  • Genuine USAF Issue
  • 100% Wool
  • Made in USA

Mukluks were designed for US Air Force in the 1990’s for their servicemen stationed in cold and remote posts like Alaska. These liners are meant to be worn inside the boot just like a sock. They are new and never issued.


Small fits 5-7

Medium fits 8-10

Large fits 11-13

Note: We recommend ordering the next size down based on the boots' size.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 90 reviews
Ronald Robertson (Norfolk, Nebraska, United States)
Just like I remembered!

I've gotten the mucluk liners and inserted them into a pair of the old Air Force issue mucluks-just like I had when I served in the early eighties.I will really appreciate these when our bitter cold winters roll in this year here in Nebraska! Thank you very much!

Bridget Sheerin (Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania, United States)
Wonderful product shipped fast

These liners are super warm and durable and they shipped so fast ! Would def buy again and for gifts.

Fredric W. Manicke (Columbia Falls, Montana, United States)
Mukluk booties

Same quality as my 1970 original issue booties, good. My old pair have been worn to shreds, as I use the booties to help relieve symptoms of a medical condition I have. I bought two pair, one medium and one large, the large pair I will use this winter while using my Mukluks while plowing snow, (mediums slightly too small to put on wool sox while using my Mukluks). Now if only you could stock the B98, Helmet, Winter Flying Sage Green, in the large size, I would buy one of those, too. (affectionally know in the Alaska Air Command and the "Critter".) The Mukluk as issued in Alaska came with a double felt inner sole, the bootie, and a pair of extreme cold weather socks, a very thick wool pile sock. Thanks and have good day.

Guy Keating (Amarillo, Texas, United States)
Couldn't resist the price

Still a little warm to use them, so I haven't. Looking forward to getting to use them.

Mark Brough (Providence, Utah, United States)
Great condition

I thought they would include the felt insoles

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