Don’t get caught in a bad snow storm without the proper footwear! It’s always a good time to purchase your next go-to pair of warm, water-repellant snow boots, as they are a wardrobe investment piece.
As such, FN has rounded up some of the top options out there. Here we bring you three types of men’s snow boots that offer various elements.
Some offer half-sizing, some offer more flexible fastening systems like Velcro and drawstrings and all offer removable linings. There are also options that feature moisture-wicking interiors. Also consider their roominess, as you may have socks you want to wear them with.
Below, please find our selections.
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1. Kamik Men’s Nationplus Boot
This boot style is over 100 years old and made for extreme weather conditions.
Pros: Made from 100% leather, these men’s snow boots by Kamik are made with thinsulate insulation and a moisture-wicking lining. The lacing holes on these boots are also rust-proof. The liner is also removable for cleaning. There’s plenty of room inside for thick winter socks. More affordable than many other top-tier brands.
Cons: Bulkier than most boots.
2. Climatex Climate x YSC5 Snow Boot
These men’s boots by Climatex have a waterproof outer sole, water repellent upper nylon and the fit is adjustable via a drawstring.
Pros: They come in half sizes and are lightweight. The innerboot liner is removable and insulated with Thermolite. They are easy to put on and take off with the drawstring and ankle Velcro strap. More suitable for wider ankles, as the strap tightens higher up.
Cons: To have room for thick socks, order a larger size.
3. Kamik Men’s Hunter Boot
These waterproof, knee-high snow boots are durable in up to -40 Fahrenheit.
Pros: Easy to pull on and take off, as they are slip-on boots. Heavy socks are not necessary, as they have a warm liner. Its thermal liner is also removable and moisture-wicking, and its snow collar is adjustable.
Cons: Not available in half sizes.