HAIX Missoula 2.1 Womens (111012)

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HAIX Missoula 2.1 Womens (111012)

Maximum safety for wildland firefighters

You hike to the fireline and back to protect our wildlands. Your Missoula 2.1 makes sure you make it back safe at the end of the day

Maximum protection certified for Wildland Firefighting

Your safety is the #1 priority when fighting some of the most difficult fires in the world. The Missoula 2.1 meets all the requirements that a wildland boot needs and even more, exceeding the standards in every way. Offering ultimate protection in the most challenging environments.

Enjoy peace of mind with a Vibram sole that is flame and heat resistant

The Missoula 2.1 Vibram anti-slip sole is newly designed to give you greater footholds on whatever terrain you may encounter. Built for hiking, the unique design of the heel offers strong footholds on even the most steep terrain. Built to HAIX's exacting standards, you never need to worry about sole delmaination. We even added a built in boot jack for easier boot removal after a long, hard day.

Keep yourself safe from downed powerlines with Electrical hazard resistance

Missoula 2.1 is independently certified to provide electrical hazard protection to 18kv because even in wildland firefighting , downed power lines can be hard to detect through smoke and vegetation. Missoula 2.1 offers that added level of protection.

Rugged durability to prevent boot failure out on the line

Being a Wildland Firefighter requires mental and physical toughness to face some of the most challenging conditions, you need a boot that can match the challenges you face, that is as tough as you are. From top to bottom, Missoula 2.1 has the rugged durability for the job at hand. With a European bullhide upper featuring double ad triple stitched seams, this boot is built to last.

Lighter weight comfort to endure the longest hours

You spend long hours on your feet performing one of the most physically demanding jobs on the planet, make sure your feet can handle the pressure.

Comfort fit with HAIX® cushioned insole

HAIX insoles keep your feet and your boots fresher and more comfortable on the job. Our insoles absorb perspiration to keep your feet dry even under the most rigorous conditions. Added cushioning provides extra comfort. The micro fiber design is lightweight, breathable and machine washable. Replace occasionally to keep your boots fresh and comfortable.

Torsion proof for more stability

The Missoula 2.1 offers a sturdy and stable midsole which prevents your feet from flexing side to side, giving you more stability with less of a chance of ankle injuries. You also won't feel every sharp rock or stone through the sole of the boot, which translates to more comfort on those particularly long hikes.

Optimal support thanks to 2 zone lacing

The Missoula 2.1 adapts perfectly to your foot. Independently adjust the upper and lower part of your boot just the way you like it for a comfort fit tailored just to you. Like it tight across the foot, but looser on the leg? You can do that. Like it tighter across the ankle for more ankle support? You can do that too. Roller ball lacing elements puts less wear and tear on your Nomex laces.

Breathable comfort with our Climate System

Missoula 2.1 allows your feet to breathe by absorbing the moisture from your feet into special foams between the inner lining and the leather. With every step you take, moist air is released and fresh air comes in through the mesh lining at the top of the boot. The Climate System essentially works likes an air conditioning system in your boot.

Hard facts inside and out

HAIX Missoula 2.1 Womens

Item no. 111012

Built in boot jack
Certified for wildland & electrical hazard
Water resistant, breathable leather
Nomex threads and laces
Heat resistant Vibram hiking sole
Heel grip
Torsion proof
Soft toe
Upper material:
Hydrophobic split leather
Boot height in inches:
10 inches
Inner liner:
2 zone lacing
Product type:
Factory firsts
Primary use:
Wildland firefighting