N-1B Snow/Extreme Cold Weather Mukluk Boots

Genuine Issue

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The Extreme Cold Weather N-1B Mukluk Boots are made of water and weather-resistant cotton duck upper and a rubber sole with a cleated tread. They fasten up with both regular boot laces and a zipper running along the front of each boot.

These Mukluks are designed to be worn with the Mukluk liners (sold separately). If you are not planning on using the liner consider wearing one or two pairs of socks to adjust for the sizing. See the bottom of this page for more sizing information.

  • Genuine USAF Issue (NSN# 8430-00-269-0100 – Size Large)
  • 100% Cotton Duck Uppers & Rubber sole
  • Lace and Zip Up
  • Water Repellent & Fire Resistant
  • Made in USA

These Mukluks were issued to airman and crew members of the United States Air Force in the 1990s to keep them warm and dry in remote and wintery conditions such as Alaska. They are basically a cold-weather boot and gaiters combined. They are 20” in height and are sure to keep snow and moisture out of your feet. Consider getting the Mukluk liners as well for even more warmth!

Sizing

Small fits 7-8

Medium fits 9-10

Large fits 11-12

 

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Charles Smitley

Very good.an prompt service an im pleased with my boots

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William Beller (Columbus, Indiana, United States)
waiting

still waiting for small liners availability then I will wear the boots this winter and see how they wear

ow they hold ip

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Dr. Wu (Darien, Wisconsin, United States)
N-1B Muckluks.

Arrived in new / unissued condition. Really like them, just waiting for snow.

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Mark Sutherland
Cold weather boots

They look like they might be nice but I can’t get the liner’s in small or medium
I hope you get them in soon

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Clifford Thibodeaux
Great Muk Luks!

These muk luks are exactly the same as the ones I wore when I was stationed at Loring AFB in Limestone, Maine. Great for the cold and snow we are experiencing in NW Arkansas. I ordered an extra 2 pairs for my sons.

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