These Insulated Boots for Women Are Equipped to Take On the Chilliest Days

Having a pair of insulated boots to keep your feet toasty on frigid days is crucial. Good ones should not only trap in heat and keep out the cold but also ward off wet socks with proper waterproofing. In an effort to help you find the best style for your needs, we did some research and rounded up some of the best insulated boots for women that you can buy. We selected our picks from well-respected brands like Columbia, Crocs and Sperry. Each is designed with a waterproof exterior to keep feet dry, soft linings for a cozy touch and grippy outsoles for reliable traction in rain and snow.

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1. Columbia Ice Maiden II

This Columbia slip-on boot features a leather and textile upper with a faux fur trim and seam-sealed membrane bootie construction.

Pros: 200 grams of insulation ensures premium warmth. Lightweight Techlite EVA midsoles provide superior cushioning and high energy return for all-day comfort. Non-marking Omni-Grip rubber outsoles prevent slipping and sliding. These boots also come in gray.

Cons: These may run somewhat small.

 

.Columbia Ice Maiden II Slip

2. Crocs AllCast II Snow Boot

Crocs' AllCast II has a rugged synthetic nubuck upper, a weatherproof TPR shell and a faux shearling liner around the collar for enhanced warmth.

Pros: These also contain 200 grams of insulation. Sealed seams and gusseted construction keep the elements out. Dual Crocs Comfort footbeds supply ample cushioning underfoot and Croslite foam outsoles deliver support. They're also available in black.

Cons: These run a bit small as well.Crocs Women's AllCast II Snow Boot

3. Sperry Saltwater Duck Boots

These Sperry duck boots have a wool shaft (also available in nylon or leather), rubber shell and microfleece lining with Thinsulate insulation.

Pros: A medial side zipper allows for easy on and off access. Wave-Siping non-marking, rubber outsoles will keep you steady and won't scuff up floors. In addition to gray, they come in ivory, off white, black, tan, red, dark brown and olive. They're also offered in wide width sizes.

Cons: The shaft is shorter so may not keep legs as dry as taller styles.

Sperry Saltwater Duck Boots

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