While I’ve been over here praying fervently for a white Christmas, there are no signs of snowflakes falling in the next several days, and while it crushes my fantasies of what Christmas should look like here in Indiana, I am 100% confident that snow will be falling before you know it and come February I’ll be wishing it was green grass again.
If you’re anything like me, you think there is nothing worse than cold wet feet. Who wants their socks to be sopping and their toes to be numb? Nobody, that’s who. We are big believers in the warmer the feet the warmer the heart [I just made that up, but the logic is there], and so we did the dirty work of finding the best snow boots to keep your feet both warm and dry this winter season, with every budget in mind! While yes, I have a very soft spot for all things Sorel, there are other winter boots that do exist that will get the job done. And because yes, I care a lot about how things look and not just the functionality, you better believe all of the options below are cute to boot as well 😉
Snow Boots Under $50
Sherpa Hiker Boots [similar]
Sherpa Lined Combat Boot [similar]
Snow Boots Under $100
Snow Boots Under $150
Backcountry: The North Face Shellista II Mid Boot
Backcountry: Sorel Explorer Joan Faux Fur
Snow Boots Under $200
The North Face Arctic Down Parka [true to size, wearing in small] // Imitation Pearl Beanie [similar] // Romely Buckle Genuine Shearling Lined Bootie • UGG [true to size]
Snow Boots Over $200
The North Face Arctic Down Parka [true to size, wearing in small] // Imitation Pearl Beanie [similar] // Bean Boots by L.L.Bean®, 8″ Tumbled-Leather Shearling-Lined [true to size]
Founder and creator of LIY, Erin turned her dream of a hobby blog into a full-time career which she now runs alongside the LIY team! When not in front of her computer screen [with a La Croix or wine in hand] or in front of a mirror taking mirror selfies, you can find Erin spending time on the water, cuddled up with her two pups and husband most likely watching the latest Shark Tank episode, or getting lost in an easy beach read.