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7 Women’s Snow Boots That Don’t Look Like Snow Boots

Baby, it’s cold outside. The temperatures are finally dipping, heralding the first wave of snow.

But, that doesn’t mean you have to battle the elements in a pair of cumbersome boots. This fall, shoe designers are putting a feminine twist on cold weather styles with a range of waterproof styles that bridge fashion and function.

These seasonal updates take their cue from key footwear trends that include novelty floral prints, tassel looks and Alpine-inspired hikers.

 

1. Sperry Crest Zone Waterproof Suede Bootie

A suede sneaker-inspired style from Sperry detailed with side zipper for easy access.

Sperry Crest Zone Waterproof Suede shoes
CREDIT: Zappos

 

2. Sorel Farah Short Boot

Sorel’s western-inspired short boot with stacked heel and tassel trim.

Sorel Farah Short Boot
CREDIT: Zappos

 

3. Toms Waterproof Toffee Suede Summit Boot

A classic hiker style from Toms on white lug sole for added traction incorporates a cushioned footbed for comfort.

toms waterproof toffee suede summit boot
CREDIT: Toms

 

 

4. Sorel PDX Wedge Boot

This coated canvas lace-up boot from Sorel features a hidden wedge and molded rubber outsole.

Sorel PDX Wedge Boot
CREDIT: Sorel

 

5. Timberland 6-inch Premium Waterproof Boot

The iconic Timberland hiker with anti-fatigue insole is updated in light pink nubuck.

nubuck light pink timberland 6 inch premium waterproof boots
CREDIT: Timberland

 

 

6. Bogs Classic Paisley Boot

A knee-high boot from Bogs is made of durable rubber shoe and comfortable stretch neoprene upper.

Bogs Classic Paisley Boot
CREDIT: Shoes

 

 

7. Merrell Chateau Mid Pull Waterproof Boot

An ankle style from Merrell with hidden inside zip features a quilted nylon-and-leather upper and outsole with enhanced grip.

Merrell Chateau Mid Pull Waterproof Boot
CREDIT: Merrell
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