7 Winter Boots That Definitely Suit The Season


There are four main factors you’ll want to consider when investing in a pair of winter boots: warmth, waterproofness, traction and activity level: Warmth: How much and what type of insulation the boots have. Waterproofness: How efficiently the boots block moisture. Traction: How much grip the boots lend on slick surfaces. Activity Level: What you plan to use the boots for. These four factors work in concert with each other—strike the right balance and you’re almost certain to keep your toes toasty on your next winter adventure.

1. Sorel Caribou Boots

These classic Pac boots come equipped with 9mm felt liners made for teeth-chattering temps as low as minus 40 degrees. At the end of the day, you can remove the boots’ liners and let them warm by the fire. These boots are great for getting out in the really cold weather or just slipping on quickly on a snowy day.

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2. Bogs Classic Ultra High Rain Boots

Originally designed for dairy farmers, the lightweight Bogs Classic Ultra High rain boots feature thick Neo-Tech™ neoprene that takes the sting out of the cold the way a wetsuit dilutes the shock of brisk saltwater. Their tall silhouette delivers longer-lasting warmth than short galoshes, and their handles make them easy to maneuver your feet into on misty mornings.

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3. Oboz Bridger 8” BDry Insulated Winter Boots


Made for winter hiking, snowshoeing, or simply shoveling the driveway, the Oboz Bridger BDry insulated winter boots are warm, waterproof companions for frigid days when you plan to stay active outside. Oboz boots are known for being kind to wider feet, and these prove no different.

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4. Vasque Coldspark UltraDry Winter Boots

Just like the Oboz Bridger BDry boots, the Vasque Coldspark boots pair 200g of low-bulk Thinsulate insulation with waterproof uppers. Their soles come equipped with Vasque’s ColdHold technology, which features heavy-duty lugs that bite into cold surfaces, so you’re less likely to slip and slide as you make your way from the car park to the trailhead.

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5. Kodiak Surrey II Boots

Kodiak Surrey II boots nail the casual ‘camp chic’ look, but perform just as well as my clunky (not so chic) hiking boots when it gets cold and wet. Their break-in period is tiny and their waterproof, insulated construction is perfect for unpredictable Seattle weather. From 25-degree mornings at Crystal Mountain Resort to long, rainy days at Discovery Park, they’ve always kept my feet warm, cozy, and dry. Sorry guys, this boot is only available for the ladies!

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6. North Face Shellista II Mid Winter Boots

The women’s The North Face Shellista II ranked high on the list for the lasting warmth they bring to frigid conditions—from Montana to Massachusetts. In addition to their streamlined rubber shells, the Shellistas are lined with insulation made from 70 percent post-consumer recycled content that resists moisture and minimizes clamminess.

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7. DREAM PAIRS Women’s Mid-Calf Winter Snow Boots

These amazing warm snow boots will keep your feet comfortable and cozy through snow and slush, ice, and bitterly cold temps!

No more cold feet, you can count on these Dream Pairs winter boots to keep your feet warm, dry, and feeling great!

  • Cold-weather boot featuring 200g Thermolite insulation rated to -25F.
  • Durable water and wind-resistant upper
  • Seam-sealed water-resistant construction
  • Soft plush faux fur lining keeps your feet warm all-day
  • Front lace-up lets you create a secure fit
  • Slip-resistant soles provide traction to help keep you from slipping

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