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Sorel Tivoli IV Womens Boot Black
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XTM Predator Apres Boots
XTM Toasty Toes
Rojo Out of Bounds Boot BlackRojo Out of Bounds Apres Boots
Kimberfeel Val DIsere Apres BootsKimberfeel Val DIsere Apres Boots
XTM Georgie Womens Apres Boot
keen Oakridge Mid Women BootsKeen Oakridge Mid Boots W
Roxy Rainier II Apres BootsRoxy Rainier II Apres Boots
XTM Pamela Apres Boot
Rojo boots snow fox true blackRojo Snow Fox Apres Boots
Sorel Tivoli II Apres BootsSorel Tivoli II Apres Boots
XTM Boot Chains
XTM-Inessa-apre-BootXTM Inessa Boot White
Ladies Kimberfeel Morzine Apres BootLadies Kimberfeel Morzine Apres Boot
Womens XTM Tessa 2 Apres BootWomens XTM Tessa 2 Apres Boot
Attiba Torino Apres Boots
XTM Galaxy R Apres Boots

FAQ

What are apres boots?

Apres boots are boots you wear after skiing in winter weather. Perfect for snowy conditions, apres boots or snow boots are insulated and waterproof so your feet stay warm and dry.

Are snow shoes waterproof?

Snow shoes are waterproof or water resistant. Snow boots always cover the ankle and feature a rubber sole to keep water out. They are great for cold, snowy, wet and slushy conditions and will keep your feet warm and dry while in the snow.

What shoes do you wear in the snow?

Snow boots are ideal for snow conditions. They are waterproof, insulated and cover your ankles so snow can't get in. Sneakers or other shoes will not keep your feet as warm or dry as a pair of snow boots.

Should snow boots be tight?

Snow boots should fit comfortably with the winter socks you are planning to wear with your snow boots. Always try them on together with the socks you intend to wear with your boots. They should not be too loose or too tight so you can walk distances in comfort. Ensure you are able to wiggle your toes. Snow boots that are too tight will cause injury when worn for long periods of time.

What are the warmest womens winter boots?

The warmest and best winter boots are:
  • Well-insulated
  • Waterproof, designed for wet, slushy conditions
  • Rubber sole providing waterproof protection from the snow
  • Tall height for warmth and support
  • Room for snow gaiter

What is the difference between snow boots and winter boots?

Snow boots are heavy-duty boots intended for working for long periods outdoors in harsh, muddy winter conditions while winter boots are used for normal daily activities in winter. Winter boots may not be fully waterproof while snow boots are able to withstand deep mud and snow. Snow boots also come with snow gaiters to prevent snow from falling in and are much heavier and bulkier than light and comfortable winter boots.

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