Snow Boots Buying Guide

If you live an area that sees lots of snow in the fit. Before you start your winter boot is only designed to keep your feet toasty warm, but it does not necessarily have to be waterproof or heavily insulated. 


When it comes to a reliable boot, it's important to look at the material that it was made from. * '''Upper Area''': For example, the uppermost part (or area where you put your toes) of the snow boot is usually made from nylon to defend the elements. * '''Around The Laces: '''This part of the boot packs extra insulation to keep out snow. It is actually called a snow gator, and there are two types that can be found in snow boots: ** A "built-in gator" has insulation around the leg area of the boot, and keeps snow and precipitation from entering inside.  ** A "pull-up gator" is slightly more reliable and has waterproof material surrounding the entire lower leg for ultimate protection.  * '''Sole: '''As for the bottom of the boots, to keep water out, rubber is the best material that you can find.


While your primary concern when buying a boot is protection from the wet and cold, you still want to exude some sort of higher lengths of boots, depending on your needs.

Fur Lined Boots

Wearing boots snow and slush, you are certainly going to need that extra protection.   * '''Alternatives:  '''One very important decision you may have to make when trying to decide what type of furboots'>faux version, so this usually isn't a limitation. * '''Care:  '''Keep them away from heat and lightfur is flammable, so you should keep your fur boots away from heat as much as possible.  This means keeping them away from the heater!  You should also refrain from allowing your fur boots to be exposed to sunlight or bright light for long periods, because this can cause the fur to fade in color. 

Suede Boots

When the weather gets colder, snow.

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* A snow boot overview.