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          I Went on a Search for the Perfect Warm Winter Boot So You Don't Have To

          Raise your hand if you've personally been victimized by cold weather.

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          If, like me, your extremities (especially your toes) start feeling numb the second there's the slightest chill in the air, then, wow, have you come to the right place. (Also, I'd love to have a convention to discuss our cold feet problems, but let's discuss later.) Sometimes it seems like no amount of knit socks or thick boots can make your icicle toes feel like blood's actually pumping through them.

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          Luckily for you, because I was so tired of having ice blocks below my ankles, I scoured the internet for the top-rated, warmest boots that'll get me—and you, too!—through even the worst freezing temperatures. Guys, we got this.


          Tretorn
          Chelsea Rain Boot
          $99.95
          nordstrom.com

          • Faux-fur lining
          • Removable insole
          • Waterproof
          • Easily pull on

          • Look a bit clunky
          • Feet can slip around inside

          Notable Review:

          I love these boots! They’re very comfortable, easy to pull on and off, and keep my feet super warm and dry. These boots are perfect for winter as they can handle snow, sleet and rain. They look great with jeans or leggings and are polished enough to wear to work. My only complaint is that the insoles slide around a bit when I walk. Other than that, they’re perfect!

          Kodiak
          Surrey II Hiking Boot
          $170.00
          $143.48 (16% off)
          amazon.com

          • Waterproof
          • Microfiber lining
          • Slip resistant
          • Removable memory foam insole

          • Reviewers say material can be stiff
          • Reviewers say they can run a half-size too large

          Notable Review:

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          Sorel
          Caribou Winter Boots
          $89.83
          rei.com

          • Acrylic fleece keeps snow out
          • Waterproof
          • Felt liners insulate even in negative temperatures
          • Good traction

          • Reviewers say they can run large
          • Reviewers say they can feel heavy on feet

          Notable Review:

          I bought these boots for a trip to Breckenridge. I was looking for something that would keep my feet warm and dry and would provide good traction in the snow and ice. These worked great! On the other hand, you give up a bit of form for function. I was afraid that I'd look like a lumberjack amongst snow bunnies but quickly realized the lumberjack look was par for the course. My feet are pretty narrow and was afraid these would be too wide; when I tried them on, however, they fit great with thick wool socks. All and all, I'd definitely recommend these boots.

          Timberland
          Premium Boot
          $169.95
          zappos.com

          • Padded collar and footbed for cushioning
          • Waterproof
          • Rubber sole for extra grip

          • Reviewers say they can feel heavy
          • Not as well-insulated for slush and snow

          Notable Review:

          They are so comfortable and keep my feet dry and warm—even in Colorado winter weather! They do start out a little snug around the middle of your foot but eventually stretch around your foot. They're perfect—I wear them with normal no-show socks and with thicker wool socks depending on the weather.

          Columbia
          Newton Ridge Plus Hiking Boot
          amazon.com

          • Breathable mesh material dries quickly
          • Stain resistant
          • Cushioned foam sole

          • Takes longer than usual to break in
          • Reviewers say to wear thick socks with them to protect against blisters

          Notable Review:

          Love these boots! They are not completely waterproof but do a really good job of keeping water out. I have walked many, many kilometers in these, and they are always comfortable. They can keep your feet really warm in a cold area with a good pair of socks. I have also hiked in hot areas with thin socks, and my feet were never too warm. I also really like how they look, which is an added bonus.

          J.Crew
          Nordic boots
          $148.00
          jcrew.com


          • Faux-shearling lining
          • Lightweight
          • Each boot comes with two sets of laces

          • Don't come in half sizes
          • Not waterproof
          • Reviewers say faux-shearling can shed

          Notable Review:

          I am normally a 7.5 but I ordered the 8, which fits perfectly with a thick camp sock. The inside has faux shearling, which sheds all over your socks with the first few wears. They are very lightweight and I was able to walk several miles the first day I wore them. My feet stayed warm in 27-degree weather! I got the brown and wear it with the red laces. Highly recommend! You can also flip up the shearling cuff for a different look.

          UGG
          Bailey Button Triplet II Boot
          $219.95
          nordstrom.com

          • Shearling lining
          • Sole has traction
          • Easy button fastenings

          • Reviewers say they're not the best for slushy or wet conditions
          • Can be wide around calves

          Notable Review:

          I absolutely LOVE these boots. I received these as a Christmas gift and I'm in love with the comfort, style, and warmth. They are amazing for winter time and even fall because the shearling inside keeps my feet super warm and cozy. They are such a statement piece and they are absolutely beautiful. They add such a nice touch to any fall/winter outfit and I get compliments on them all the time. They do stain easily from water, especially snow! However, these are incredibly durable and super nice quality.

          L.L. Bean
          Signature Tumbled-Leather Boots
          $229.00
          llbean.com

          • Shearling lined
          • Waterproof
          • Soft leather already feels broken in

          • Doesn't have removable sole inserts
          • Reviewers say laces are stiff and are difficult to tie

          Notable Review:

          Just got my shearling lined 10" inch tumbled leather boots today and could not be happier. Beautiful leather and SO warm! I honestly don't think one even needs a heavier warmer sock with these because of their warmth. When I stood, I still had "toe room" even though everything felt snug. After walking around a bit I already felt them loosening up.

          And if you're in the market for equally warm socks to wear with your new boots, check out the pairs below. Shop away—your feet will thank me later!!!


          Reviews have been condensed and edited for clarity.


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