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Boot manufacturer releases a new boot intended for women

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Baffin says the boots have a premium rubber base that adds a flexible durability to their design.

STONEY CREEK — Baffin introduces a boot called JASPER, a women’s boot that is now available for sale.

An expansion of the Canadian Collection which launched in Fall 2021, JASPER was created to be adaptable through weather conditions and environments. Baffin says that their JASPER boot offers not only durability and comfort, but introduces a ‘stylish’ update.

Baffin has reportedly been committed to the manufacturing of products in Canada and has continued to repatriate its production, now having more product than ever before manufactured in the Stoney Creek factory, including JASPER and the entirety of the Canadian Collection.

“We are excited to introduce JASPER to our growing line of Made in Canada products. Baffin’s heritage and our pride in being a Canadian company is of the utmost importance to us. We are thrilled to honour that heritage not only in our expanding line of domestic manufacturing, but also in our new designs that pay homage to the climate and styles of the North,” says Mark Hubner, Senior Vice President, Commercial at Baffin. “Baffin’s expertise in high-performance footwear that can withstand the most extreme Canadian climates is what allows us to create a boot that our customers can be confident will keep them comfortable, stable and warm throughout their everyday adventures.”


Baffin says the boots have a premium rubber base that adds a flexible durability to their design.

JASPER features Baffin’s Fixed-Fit multi-layer inner boot system, with proprietary technology including:

Thermaplush™ soft, next-to-foot wicking layer for warmth

JASPER is reportedly Tundra Rated in Baffin’s Real-World Testing™ (RWT™) evolution, which helps recommend cold-comfort levels associated with Baffin footwear.


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