Winter time has come around again and, as usual, many of us have waited until the last minute to get prepared.
The downside to this is that we’ve been walking around with cold, wet feet for the past couple of months.
The upside; however, is that lots of snow boots are beginning to go on sale as many stores, both on and offline, are trying to get rid of their stock now that the majority of folks have bought their winter footwear already.
Being that now is the time to take advantage of such great sales, let’s take a look at some of the best snow boots for women, so you may keep an eye out for them on your next clearance shopping extravaganza.
1. UGG Boots
While it is true that UGG boots have become a great Western cliche, something we’ve all worn at some time or another, there’s a reason they were so successful in the first place – they work.
When it comes to keeping your feet warm and dry without having to worry about being weighed down by extremely heavy snow boots, UGG boots are your best bet.
While they may not be the number one choice for any sort of manual labor in the snow, or even walking through fields of snow with snow higher than a foot in the air, they’re great for everyday use to and from school or work and are seen as being fashionable.
What else can you ask for when it comes to winter footwear?
2. Kamik Boots
These are some of the best snow boots for women when it comes to any sort of labor (such as shoveling) or for walking through high mounds of snow.
They’re heavy duty, reach up higher toward the knee than standard UGG boots and are very water resistant.
When it comes to keeping you protected from snow and nothing else, nothing beats a good pair of Kamik boots.
While there are many boots available by this brand, all of them will serve their purpose to equal effectiveness, the only real difference between different pairs being the different look they offer.
3. Sorel Boots
If UGG boots seem a little too pricey but you find yourself enjoying the style they offer, a good pair of Sorel boots might be all you need.
They look quite similar to UGGs (and even look the exact same from a distance), though come at a much cheaper price.
Another added bonus is that Sorels aren’t as lightweight as UGGS.
While you certainly won’t find yourself weighed down while wearing them, you may find they come in handy more often than other snow boots of their type.
They’ll keep you warm and dry, they’ll give you all the traction you need to walk over slippery surfaces, they’re stylish and, best of all, they come at a fairly reasonable price compared to similar boots.
Sorels are, by far, one of the best snow boots for women.