Summer may be close, but those chilly winter nights and rainy days aren’t gone for good. Whether you’re in need of some boots to stay warm right now, or you’re planning ahead for next winter, now is a good time to start buying. As the seasons change things go on sale, meaning you—the consumer—strike gold! Here are the hottest trends in winter boots that you’ll want to get your hands on ASAP. It’s time to stock up on these items before it’s too late and get a head start on next year’s winter wardrobe.
Womens waterproof snow boots are made to survive the harshest of climates. We recommend Pajar Galit Boots as they are functional, reliable and practical. Made of waterproof nylon and a mix of leather with a quilted back and lace-up front, these insulated boots are sure to keep you cosy through the harshest cold. The inside fleece lining will feel like a warm blanket wrapped comfortably around your feet allowing you to spend more time outdoors, and the rubber sole will protect your feet from getting wet and your boots from filling with water.
For a more basic, everyday casual boot try a pair of leather fleece lined boots. We like Sorel MacKenzie Slip boots as they are perfect for cold weather but are versatile enough to wear around the house to keep warm. The water-resistant leather keeps your feet warm with an inside lining of soft faux-fleece, while the rubber toe and sole protect your feet from getting wet. Designed to resemble an Ugg boot, these are simply a step up so if you need to run out to the store but don’t want to wear your full rain gear, quickly slip these on and you’re good to go.
For fashionable boots that will keep your feeling toasty, try fur cuff boots. Carvela faux fur suede boots are absolutely to die for if you’re looking for cute, cosy calf boots with a fashionable twist. The thick sole and high block heel will keep your feet sheltered from the elements while providing you with a chic, feminine look. Get the best of both worlds with stylish boots made for walking in bad weather.
Did You Know?
By average annual rainfall, the wettest place in the world is Mawsynram, Meghalaya, India, with 11,873 mm of rain per annum.