"Don't underestimate the value of a good quality natural fiber insole, they can add another ten degrees of comfort to your boots, and quality insoles may allow you to wear a lighter boot in colder weather. This is particularly nice for hunters, who may start the day sitting on a stand and then end up doing a lot of walking. Or if you work on cold concrete all day, you may be able to wear those comfortable work boots year round."
Survival Expert, Leon Pantenburg "Survival Common Sense"
We listened to your feedback, and have improved what was already a truly amazing insole. The new ones are a slightly thinner version 4 mm, with a denser felt, made with a finer virgin American merino wool. These insoles are particularly nice for putting a warm insulation barrier between your feet and the frozen ground. Wicks moisture like only bison fiber can, and stays springy and resilient much longer than any poly-based foam. Keeps you comfortable and your feet dry all year long.
Natural fibers wick away moisture, absorb foot odor and keep your feet dry while adding additional comfort to your step. You can hand wash them in warm water with a wool-friendly soap and air dry to keep them clean and odorless.
- one set is two insoles- one pair, the two packs are two pair of insoles
- Large up to size 9.5 to 11.5 (12" long) -4 mm thick or 8 mm thick
- XL up to a size 12-14 (13' long) -4 mm thick or 8 mm thick
- Felt sheet 12" wide x 16" long - 4 mm thick or 8 mm thick
Trim them down to size. Have larger than a 13? We have a sheet of felt that measures 12" wide x 16" long to custom fit your insoles to fit your boot style.
Product review here is just one of the rave reviews from a happy happy guy:
This was my second year using The Buffalo Wool Co. silk-blend socks for a 2 week long moose hunting trip in Western Alaska. This year I also added the American Bison Insoles in my Muck boots. The use of insoles with the socks was incredible. Morning temperatures were in the teens and warming up to the upper forties during the day and then dropping quickly as the sun went down. My feet stayed warm and dry even when the day warmed up and your feet sweat in non-breathing hunting boots. Other hunters in my group had footwear issues with wet feet that were always cold in the evening. I believe in your products above others in the harsh Alaskan environment. We ended our hunt with 6 nice moose and very happy feet. Hope to see you again at our State Fair, a very satisfied ALASKAN hunter.
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I wear them inside my moccasins. The difference they make is indescribable. Definitely getting more.
I don’t typically like wearing muck/rubber style boots however they are best suited for my type of work. I purchased the 8mm and 4mm insoles. The 8mm fit great In my Mucks and keep my feet warm and dry!
Absolutely love the buffalo insoles.
It would be nice if you'd add some women's sizes for the insoles! Not fair I'd have to pay $30 to make my own!
Thank you for reaching out to us, we might be able to assist you with your purchase when your ready. ALL of the insoles are a trim to fit model, you are not required to purchase the sheet. The insoles are also measured by inches next to the men's sizes, measure your foot and purchase the best size to fit you. The sheets are folks who are larger than 13 inches or childrens boots where one could get 2 pairs or more depending on the size. Please call us if you have questions
I put these into my hunting boots and tried them in 5 degree weather with a windchill of -13 and they kept my feet really warm i like them i have now 3 pairs.
Excelleny warm insoles—well worth the cost!
Added these to a pac boot to help stop the cold thru the sole. Worked great much warmer feet for hunting.
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The Dearnley Family has been running S & D Spinning since the 1800s. This is one of the last large scale wool mills left in the U.S. and they are absolutely crucial to us keeping our production here in the U.S.