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Comfortable Boots for women

Published on January 4th, 2017 | by Beth Bengtson

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Snow Boots for Women – 5+ Comfortable and Cozy Picks

Comfortable Snow Boots

Wheaten Terrier Needs Snow Boots. Photo Credit: Jamie Hall

Maybe you’re not the only one needing snow boots!  I couldn’t pass up the chance to feature this photo of a Wheaten Terrier (not mine) after playing in the snow – look at her poor feet! This is what happens to Wheaties in the snow due to their velcro-like fuzzy hair.

Maybe you can relate–not to the fuzzy feet part, but are you tired of frozen feet after a walk in the snow? Do your toes go numb in your current boots? Or maybe you have a hard time finding boots that fit your fussy feet.  Let us help you choose a new pair of warm and comfortable snow boots for your barking dogs this winter.

Comfortable Women's Snow Boots

Sorel Cumberland II in Turtle Dove

Sorel Cumberland II – Good cushioning & support, suitable for wider feet, flexible, lightweight, flattering even on larger feet – and comes in a 10.5!

Comfortable Women's Snow Boots

Easy Spirit Nuria

Easy Spirit Nuria – Super cute snow boots in LOTS of sizes & widths!  Warm, good traction. Under $100.

Comfortable Women's Snow Boots

Alegria Nanook

Alegria Nanook – One of the few snow boots with a removable footbed to accommodate orthotics (though the Perfect Fit footbed conforms to the foot, so orthotics may not even be necessary).  Great if you have a wider foot/narrower heel combination, or larger calves.  Find a deal at Amazon.

Comfortable Women's Snow Boots

Columbia Ice Maiden II

Columbia Ice Maiden II – Stylish, lightweight, lots of great reviews, under $75. Even deeper discounts at Amazon.

Comfortable Women's Snow Boots

Baffin Snogoose

Baffin Snogoose – A serious boot for spending time outdoors in cold weather.  No laces or buckles to deal with – just pull on and tighten with the toggle & cord fastener. These have good traction and are lightweight compared to other snow boots at this temperature rating (comfort rated to -40F).  Be aware they tend to run small, so consider sizing up.  See bright colors at OnlineShoes.com.

Honorable mention:

Bogs Crandall – Easy to slip on and off, so they’re great for moms on the go who are also dealing with kids’ boots (or anyone who appreciates easy on & off!)  The non-slip outsole is perfect for wet or icy surfaces.  A soft insulated lining sets this style apart from some other Bogs boot.

Aetrex Berries Bungie – Best arch support of the bunch – good for those whose options are limited by plantar fasciitis.  Great fit for narrow feet.

Kamik Momentum – Reviewers rave about the great traction. Waterproof, easy on/off, minimal arch support.


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6 Responses to Snow Boots for Women – 5+ Comfortable and Cozy Picks

  1. Nancy Lowder says:

    Hubby bought me the Chaco “Barbary” for Christmas. LOVE them! The inserts are way beyond what most manufacturers provide. Thanks for sharing these Chacos on FB.

  2. cedar says:

    For snow tromping….the boot I keep by the door is the Keen Betty. It’s functional and warm. Stiffer than I prefer, but overall, my goto boot for tromping.
    I like the look of that Sorel. Is it possible, a Sorel that doesn’t look like it fell off Sasquatch?

    My husband keeps the high pull on handle Bogs near the door for super cold and/or snowy/icy days.

    • Kirsten Borrink says:

      Oh, the Betty. Tried and true. We love Bogs at our house. Both boys wear them and the youngest gets the hand-me-downs.

  3. Joanne Shimmin says:

    Do you recommend any snow boots that can be found in stores and not just online? I don’t shop online.

    • Kirsten Borrink says:

      Each brand website has a store locator. Try REI, Dick’s Sporting Goods, any outdoor gear store. All of these are sold in brick and mortar stores. Try Kohl’s for Columbia boots.

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