What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of snow boots? Is it by any chance the fact that they usually are bulky, awful, don’t go with any outfits and they’re not very stylish at all? Lots of people think so, but you still wear them whenever it gets really cold, or if you live in a very cold climate, or you know, you went on vacation someplace with a snowy winter. We tend to just wear them and suffer through it. But what if we told you there are some snow boots that can look good and you’ll actually want to wear them? Yeah, that’s right, we said it. Here’s a list of some pretty awesome ones.
1. Timberland Waterproof Chukka Boots
Timberlands are a classic for a reason. These low ones will look good with skinny jeans and will keep you warm and dry on snowy days.
2. Ilse Jacobsen Hornbaek ‘Rub’ Boot
These simple rubbery boots will protect you from all sorts of snow, slush and rain, and their simple minimalist design will work with most outfits.
3. UGG Viki Waterproof Boots
Most of the time when people think of UGG boots they image those weird shapeless ones, but that’s just one model. UGG make a lot of different kinds of shoes and this Viki waterproof model is much more stylish.
4. Vans SK8-Hi 46 MTE DX
Vans are a classic summer shoe for skating, but we all wear them even though we don’t really know how to skate. They’re just so damn comfortable. So if you’re a fan of regular Vans, this winter edition will be right up your street.
5. Danner Mountain Pass
Yes, technically they’re called mountain shoes, and they’re probably great for camping and climbing hills in, but they’re also very useful in the city on snow days.
6. Timberland 6 inch Waterproof Boots
Another Timberland model for you to think about. You can never have too many Timberlands. They come in many colors and these come up slightly higher on your calf.
7. Kenzo Alaska Fur-Lined Boots
Fancy and warm, Kenzo boots will keep your feet toasty and add something to your outfit. You know you want them.
8. Royal Canadian Footwear Louise Boots
These are probably the highest boots on this list and they will keep you extra warm on cold snowy days. I mean, they’re Canadian, and Canadians sure know how to deal with frosty weather.
9. Cole Haan Women’s GrandExpløre Waterproof Hiker Boot
Don’t be alarmed by the light color of these boots. They’re waterproof, so any dirty snow or slush will just slide off of them without staining your pretty white boots.
10. Tory Burch Cooper Shearling Booties
Shearling will keep you warm, a small heel will add a bit of style and these come in black and green, so you can pick whichever ones you like more.
11. GANNI Edna suede-trimmed leather ankle boots
Is it just me or do these look a bit like Doc Martens but fancier? Look how effortless and stylish the look with a long coat and jeans. They will look just as good with a dress, adding a bit of a grunge vibe to your outfit.
12. Park City Weather Boot
Loving the shearling front on these boots. Definitely adds a bit of texture and makes these boots stand out more. Perfect for snowy days.
13. Nordic Boots
Everyone should have some classic Nordic boots in their wardrobe. I mean, you never know when you’re gonna need them, but you can always be prepared with a pair of trusty Nordic boots.