According to the nano boots’ makers, their thermos effect created inside will keep their wearers warm even when it is minus 70 degrees Celsius outside.
“The boots are made from EVA, which is a super warm material. We also use thermoelastoplast to avoid punctures and skidding and nano tubes to enhance their warmth-retaining qualities,” Sergei Yung, director of a local shoe factory making the nano boots, told Life TV.
A number of state organizations, including military and emergency units, have already placed orders for the innovative footwear. 50,000 pairs of nano-boots will soon be available in army surplus stores and there will be more to come.
“After Canada’s Buffin Company closed up shop here we took over. Our nano-boots are one of a kind as they are extremely frost-resistant and developed expressly for use in the Arctic,” he said.