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Snow boots - have you bought yours yet?

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cardoon Mon 07-Nov-16 19:23:25

The zip broke on my 5yr old merrells so in need of a new pair

Kittykatmacbill Mon 07-Nov-16 19:33:59

Yes! I bought some from the sorel website weirdly they have some half price ones.

cardoon Mon 07-Nov-16 19:37:16

Caribou style?

chocdonutyy Mon 07-Nov-16 20:01:36

I got mine from Lidl a few years ago, cheap as chips but do the job!
Big thick things that are kind of welly sized but toasty warm ☺

cardoon Tue 08-Nov-16 11:53:29

Have ordered these

and these

Any other good ones I should consider?

TheWayYouLookTonight Tue 08-Nov-16 11:59:34

I got

These

last year and they are great! Can't remember where I got them from in the end but paid just under £100. I really like them in white, but chickened out and got the more practical black ones.

cardoon Tue 08-Nov-16 12:30:42

They look good - the white are indeed things of beauty!

Judydreamsofhorses Tue 08-Nov-16 13:48:10

I just bought these, acceptable or horrendous? I would wear them only in really bad weather with probably skinny jeans, possibly opaques and short skirts/dresses. I'm not normally an Ugg person but have a long walk to and from work and am already starting to get fed up of cold, wet feet.

www.schuh.co.uk/womens/ugg-australia-simmens-black-boots/1482887020/

I have snow-jogger things as well.

Manumission Tue 08-Nov-16 13:53:09

I was eyeing up some Merrells a couple of weeks back. Are they warm?

cardoon Wed 09-Nov-16 07:45:29

For me they are not warm like UGG boots but they do stop your feet getting cold IYSWIM

specialsubject Wed 09-Nov-16 09:24:35

If weather is cold and damp jeans are going to make you colder and damper. Wear some real outdoor trousers and waterproof non fashion boots, and change at work.

Whatthefoxgoingon Wed 09-Nov-16 14:33:48

Which of these will stop me landing on my arse on an icy street?

Yes, I've done this numerous times and this winter is looking cold blush

bear28 Wed 09-Nov-16 23:59:56

If you are looking to keep the budget low I'd recommend these:

http://www.mandmdirect.com/01/details/KM376/Karrimor-Womens-Cordova-Weathertite-Snow-Boots-Brown

I got them for walking to the pub and back in the winter (priorities, I know!) and they are so comfortable! Highly recommend.

CallarMorvern Thu 10-Nov-16 04:18:45

If the weather is that bad then I just wear walking boots (Aigle), waterproof pants and change when I get to wherever. I do also have leather ( not suede) very waterproof Emu boots, with chunky soles.
I really like those Uggs Judy, far nicer than ordinary Uggs.

CruCru Thu 10-Nov-16 12:06:22

I bought mine from Landsend (similar to these).

cardoon Thu 10-Nov-16 17:36:34

Those are nice crucru, have decided on these - worn them all day, very comfy and warm....no snow though!

CruCru Thu 10-Nov-16 17:50:39

Nice!

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