The Forty Below® Camp Booties are a synthetic insulated camp bootie, used as camp footwear. Comfortable and warm after a day on your feet! These camp booties have been a trusted expedition favorite for many years, and have also been a favorite for for cabin, hut, and even home use! Proudly made in the USA!
Forty Below® overboots and equipment are used on expeditions to the world’s highest and coldest places since 1970's. Proven in 40 below and colder environments, these are the most trusted overboots in the world!
The Forty Below® Bottle Boot™ 1 Liter/ 32oz. quart size, is a very insulating water bottle cover, to help keep water from freezing, especially in extreme cold environments. Used on expeditions worldwide for over 3 decades. This insulated bottle cover is a unique design that enables the user to easily open with mittens or gloves, with easy access to the bottle, and no zippers to break or freeze.
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All of our products are crafted with pride in the USA!
New updated picture of the first snows of 2014
October 16 at Mt Rainier! Look at this nice snowfall
dusting above 8,000 ft:
This photo is from the 40 Below office, October 16, 2014.
Looking East at the West face of Mt. Rainier, WA USA.
Photo Copyright 2014 Forty Below, Ltd.
2014 NEWS FROM MT. RAINIER:
2014 Mt. Rainier Summit Lakes and Caves Exploration:
Check out this link to the Seattle Times article about Bill Lokey, Founder of Forty Below, who revisits the summit of Mt. Rainier with a team of scientists to take a look 43 years after Bill first explored and recorded these unique landforms on the summit of 14,410 ft Mt. Rainier:
Happy Toes on Everest:
WAY TO GO VERN!!
Mountain Guide Vern Tejas on the summit of the world, May 2013.
This was his 10th summit of Everest! His first after turning 60!
Vern is wearing the Forty Below Purple Haze overboots.
Photo By: JM Horst
Click here to read about Vern's boots and socks set up and the Forty Below Purple Haze overboot: www.40below.com/products_detail.php?ProductID=1
See more about Vern at Alpine Ascents International Guide Service