Post # 1
Just curious if any of you can offer any advice on WARM,WATERPROOF winter boots? I am facing cold winter here in Ontario and spend a decent portion of my day outside on yard duty! Price is not an issue!! I have been reading reviews online but nothing really stands out to me in terms of brands and whatnot? What do you gals own??
Post # 3
Most Uggs SUCK for Canadian winters, but I have a pair of Uggs that are actually very warm and waterproof (and I also think they’re super cute lol!) They’re not the best in terms of warmth and waterproof out there, and they’re a little on the expensive side, but they’re very cozy and do fine for walking my dog on cold winter evenings.
If you spend that much time outside in the winter, I would highly recommend you budget at least $200 for a pair of solid, warm winter boots (they’ll last you years and years too!)
Here is me in my Uggs on my wedding day! 🙂
Post # 4
I have Columbia Ice Maidens. I bought them as much for the awesome name as for the good reviews. Last winter wasn’t very snowy at all so I didn’t get to wear them much, but they seem nice and they’re under $100.
Post # 5
I live in Minnesota and love Sorels! I got Joan of Arctic boots at the start of last winter and it was barely snowy! Especially compared to the winter before. I hardly had a chance to break them in. The last pair of Sorels I had lasted me about 7 years, so I’m sure these will serve me for a good couple winters too! They are usually about $140 but I got mine with a coupon and they ended up being $115.
Post # 6
- Omni-Heat thermal reflective liner
- Omni-Heat thermal electric 3-temperature heating system
- Full length Techlite midsole for excellent traction on a variety of surfaces
- Omni-Grip outsole for excellent traction on a variety of surfaces
- Combination leather, textile, webbing, TPU Shell, 100 grams of insulation
- Waterproof materials and construction method
These are made for spending a lot of time outdoors in the snow. I want them soooo bad!
Post # 7
Check out Dubarry they’re amazing and cute! If you’re talking heavy snow I’d go for Sorels, depends on the climate.
Post # 8
Yessss, Sorels or Bean boots!
Post # 9
I love my Sorels! They’re so warm my feet sweat in them sometimes.
I would suggest trying on the different styles and walking around in them a bit. The ones I bought look nice and keep me warm and dry but are a bit on the heavy side so they aren’t good for walking a lot
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Post # 11
I second the North Face suggestion. I LOVE Pajars, and since they’re a Canadian brand, it’s even more fitting!
Post # 12
I’m obsessed with the Bean boots a PP posted. They are so warm and really cute!
Post # 13
My boots when I get married next month I bought them at Rack Room shoes for 44.99! They are so comfy