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What are good shoes to wear in the winter?

Asked by keithold (735points) December 12th, 2009

Especially in ice, snow or rain.

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bandit77's avatar

hey keithold good to see you here! the shoes i like to wear are my timberland pro series work boots

PandoraBoxx's avatar

My favorites are from LL Bean, both for men and women. They have all kinds of styles, for any sort of climate. And they last forever.

randomness's avatar

Hey there keithold!!!

Personally, I prefer to wear sneakers in winter. Occasionally I’ll wear boots (usually if it’s wet outside).

La_chica_gomela's avatar

I also prefer boots in bad weather: rubber or leather, depending on the occasion.

Haleth's avatar

@PandoraBoxx LL Bean makes great fur-lined rain boots that are the warmest, driest thing you can wear all winter. I think they’re called Duck Boots.

SoulSearcher's avatar

Hey Keithold, checking this site out too I see. I wear timberland work boots in the winter.

sjmc1989's avatar

I just bought these and I love them. My feet stay cold during winter but these are fur lined. They also are good in rain and snow.

gemiwing's avatar

I have a pair of The North Face boots that I wear for about six months out of the year. They’re thinsulated, waterproof and quick-laced. I loves them so


My shiny men’s dress shoes, but with rubber galoshes over them to protect them from the snow and prevent me from slipping on my back. Lol.

cyn's avatar

fashion uggs
[edit] because I found better boots.

wildpotato's avatar

It’s all about the Doc Martens. Palladiums are great, too.

peedub's avatar

Outdoors: Hunter boots, LL Bean duck boots. Sorel boots for extreme conditions.
Indoors: LL Bean hand-sewn mocaissins

Tretorn makes some great shoe/boot hybrids for wet conditions.

Shatzee's avatar

something water-proof, so your tootsies stay dry and something lined with wool so the tootsies stay warm :)

TexasDude's avatar

These work good for me. They are warm, not necessarily waterproof, but they are tough, and very well made.

stranger_in_a_strange_land's avatar

I still wear my arctic-issue “Mickey Mouse” boots. If it’s muddy I wear my L.L.Bean rubber- bottoms.

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