The Best Winter Boots

The Best Winter Boots- Shoetopia
Don’t get let down by your winter boots. Come to Shoetopia for the best selection of winter footwear so that you’re ready for whatever winter throws at you!

Sorel

Sorel- Shoetopia
Sorel has a long-standing reputation as a winter boot manufacturer. Founded in Canada in 1962, Sorel makes winter footwear for men, women, and children. Sorel offers a variety of comfortable footwear suitable for all kinds of temperatures and weather. Known for their waterproof construction, Sorel boots will keep you warm even in -32 degrees Celsius. The signature Sorel removable liners are easy to replace so you can keep enjoying these long-lasting boots for years to come.

Columbia

Columbia- Shoetopia
Columbia insulated boots are a great choice for those who want warmth in the great outdoors – especially while being active. Whether you’re snowshoeing, skiing, or just walking to the office, Columbia boots are an important part of your winter wear. Columbia uses the same Omni-Heat reflective linings that they use in their coats, gloves, and snow pants, so their winter boots will keep your feet warm to temperatures as low as -54 degrees Celsius. Columbia’s Outdry waterproof construction keeps feet dry in even the wettest winters and their cushioning midsoles offer tremendous comfort.

Bogs

Bogs- Shoetopia
Since 2002, Bogs have been producing boots that the whole family can literally get a grip on! These easy, pull-on boots are made for a variety of weather and activities so they’re perfect for the whole family. Whether you’re going on an arctic expedition, snowmobiling, hiking, or just to the store, Bogs has a boot that’s designed for you. Bogs winter boots are insulated, waterproof, have high-traction soles, and can keep your toes toasty in outdoor temperatures as cold as -60 degrees Celcius.

Shoetopia carries a wide variety of these excellent winter boots to keep you warm this winter. Come find your perfect winter boot at Shoetopia today!

2 Comments

Lynne heffernan

What boots have the best nonslip grip say for walking down a slanted wooden deck

Peter Mohr

Merrell has a great new Vibram sole on some of there boots called Arctic Grip which is great for ice too! At this time of year, it can be treacherous as things freeze up!

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