Winter has arrived!
Downtown with my car during this wonderful season isn't always easy. I put on my wannabe boots, and venture reluctantly outside with my shovel in hand, trying to find my white car in the snow bank. An hour later, my cheeks are red from the cold, my hands are frozen and what’s worse, my feet are wet. I mutter to myself two things: first, I really am in need of REAL winter boots, and second, why do I need a car during winter?! This article will attempt to answer the first topic. Which boot will make me a Snow Cinderella this winter?
At first glance, these three boots seem more or less the same. The middle one is the one I wear currently. Apart from appearance, it has none of the technical qualities that I am looking for. After a long analysis, here are my top 5 winter boots for women. If you want to learn more about the criterions, may I suggest Max Altitude’s terrific article for the good choice of a winter boot. He focuses on men’s footwear, but the determining factors are the same. The qualities to look out for in order to have a warm winter: insulation, protects against water, have soles that stop you from slipping even when it’s really cold out. Since these boots all have these features, I will concentrate on what makes each one of them unique.