Do you have a winter trip planned to the snow

by:Sycda     2020-09-05

The Bugaice boots are a great option with major style. Featuring waterproof nubuck leather uppers with an Omni-Tech waterproof, breathable membrane, this boot maintains lasting comfort and warmth. These boots have a fleece lining and 200 grames of Thinsulate which lends cozy insulation that you will absolutely adore. The antimicrobial Contour Comfort footbed enhances cushioning, while the nylon shank delivers torsional rigidity and support. With optimal traction in cold-weather conditions, these boots will keep your safety as a top priority.

The Bugazip boots are a great option for only $69.95. These boots are full of features to keep your feet warm and dry and feature a convenient side-zip, pull-on design. These boots have an Omni-Tech waterproof breathable membrane that will keep your feet dry and comfortable. The 400g Thinsulate insulation is maximum and will keep your feet so toasty! The faux fur trim padded collar will maximize comfort, as well as provide that extra barrier of protection against the elements. With comfort rating all the way down to -45 degrees, these boots are perfect for those braving' a trip to truly cold locales.

For a stylish choice in boots that are great for the metropolitan woman, pick up the Odessa for $119.95. These boots feature waterproof full-grain leather and nylon uppers with Omni-Shield advanced water and stain repellency. The 100g Thermolite insulation is perfect for cold weather and the removable, contoured single-density EVA footbed provides the ultimate in cushioning, comfort, and support. With your favorite jeans and heavy coat, you look urban ready for a cold and blistery day. Tackle those shopping errands or walk the dog through the park in these boots that are guaranteed to keep you warm!

If you want a sleek design that will look stylish and not quite so rugged, pick up the Snow Hottie boot for $249.95. These boots combine the toughness of a motorcycle boot with equestrian style and the warmth of an integrated heating system. These boots were built standard with the Omni-Tech waterproof, breathable uppers and a cushioned Techlite footbed and midsole. This boot features high end technology which includes a built-in rechargeable battery and electronic controls which provide three temperature settings for maximum protection from the cold. On the low setting, the heating pads under the ball of the foot deliver warmth for eight hours. On high, you can expect three hours of heat where your feet need it most. These are a great option for someone who is constantly out in the snow in winter and needs a great boot to keep her feet warm for hours.

The Daska boot is a cold weather hiking boot for $127.00. These boots are great because they are constructed of waterproof nubuck uppers with molded abrasion resistant support frames. The protective rubber toe cap will keep your feet protected while the Omni-Tech waterproof membrane will keep your feet dry, without weighing your feet down. The D-ring hook and grommet lacing is secure and will withstand continued wear without breaking, while the polypropylene board lasted insole will not wear down.

For a winter white and winter ready boot, pick up the Erial boot for $83.00. These boots have a waterproof nylon upper that is great for cold weather. The elasticized cording at the collar with toggle closure is great and will secure your feet and keep them protected from snow coming inside the boot. The 100g insulation and soft fabric lining will give you maximum warmth as well as creating an extremely soft environment for your feet. The ThermaShield creates a three-layer thermal cold barrier with a frost plug that reflects heat inward. These boots have molded EVA midsoles with nylon shanks and the non-marking Omni-Grip rubber compound is durable and will keep you gripped on all surfaces!

So when that winter weekend rolls around, pick up a pair of these Columbia waterproof boots for superior comfort and maximum protection!

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