Shoe love is no mystery to many, and now it is time to fall in love with our all-weather boots in this wintry and unpredictable season.
Features of All-Weather Boots for Winter
All-weather boots keep the heat in and the moisture out. Look for boots with waterproof exteriors and shells, made with latex rubber or sporting PVC top top coats.
Keep feet warm and comfortable with Micro-Fleece lining, which offers soft cushioning to soothe your soles and soul. Or find a pair of boots with a knitted collar, to eliminate drafts from the top of the all-weather boot. Lightweight materials including Wind Pro Polartec keep feet warm without slowing you down.
You can handle any surface with proper treads, not flat-bottomed boots. Today's all-weather boots recognize that your footwear should not be used for sliding down icy sidewalks. With serrated rubber treads, you can handle the sheets of ice, black ice, slush piles and freezing rain.
Winter Forecast Calls for Color
Brighten a gray winter's day with a slick pair of rain boots in girlish pink. The feminine coloring contrasts with the utilitarian style of these rain boots, which have bottom treads. Or for a more serious all-weather boot color combination, there are the Sperry Top-Sider Pelican Tall Boots with a graphite and berry combination.
For city-slickers, hounds tooth black and white waterproof boots with buckles are ideal for gliding from subway to coffee shop to work, lunchtime shopping, and happy hour. Olive green, eggplant, and navy blue are surprising colors for winter boots, and you'll stand out in the crowd of black footwear.