To Discuss Snow Footwear

 

     Hey guys! I think it's important to discuss the things, like snow footwear, that not everyone notices or even cares about. This is strictly because I am detail oriented when it comes to clothes, and while Brett may not notice or care about how my snow boots look, I do, and I know that an ugly pair of shoes can ruin a good outfit. I don't dress half-ass, even in the snow. It doesn't look good, and that in turn, makes me feel bad. Of course, I still stay warm, but there are ways to stay warm and still be stylish. Even with fifty layers on, I swear! So today, I figured I'd share some of the best snow boots out there. The ones pictured above are patent leather Dr. Marten knock offs that I don't have to worry about ruining with those dratted salt stains.

     Now, let's cover some main components to look for when purchasing said snow boots. Number 1: Tread. If the boots don't have tread, don't buy them. Your bum/knees/hands/elbows will thank you later. Number 2: Material. Typically a water resistant one is ideal, such as rubber or water proof leather. Number 3: Warmth. Shearling lining is amazing, but as long as the padding on the inside is thick, you'll be good to go. Number 4: Style. This is dependent on your personal style. The "Dr. Martens" suit my slightly eclectic but casual style perfectly. See more options below!

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1. The classic duck boot style, but at an affordable price. They also have taller styles available!

2. UGG Boots are expensive, but if you live somewhere where it's cold a lot of the time, it's worth the splurge! Especially for that waterproof leather.

3. A great waterproof suede option! Lovin' that tread too.

4. I love the fur accent on these, it makes them look more special than your average snow boots!

5. These look like motorcycle boots! So cute!

6. Adding a cute print to snow boots is a great way to freshen your look up. These nail it.