Shearling lined shoes are the perfect way to add warmth to your cold weather wardrobe — not to mention, they’re pretty cute, too. From boots to slip-ons, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite shearling lined styles for women on the market. Our list even includes an all-vegan option, as well as a look made with faux fur. Another bonus? These picks span across various price points, so you’re bound to find one here that fits your budget.
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1. Dr. Martens Leonore
The sleek Leonoro chelsea boot features Dr. Martens iconic construction and is lined with faux fur. It also features a grippy lug sole and heat-sealed stitching for great durability and traction.
Pros: What’s more, the boot also features the brand’s air-cushioned sole for added plushness.
Cons: These tend to run small.
2. Ugg Mika Sneaker
Ugg’s Mika sneaker has the silhouette of its classic boot styles set atop a rubber sole for added traction and durability. We also love that these are cuffable to reveal a toasty sheepskin lining.
Pros: The style also features a foam insole and comes in black and brown.
Cons: Some users may also find these run narrow.
3. Toms Shearling Lined Alpargata
Toms’ simply slip-on is done with faux shearling and vegan materials like felt. The shoes are available in five seasonal colorways and features delicate stitched phrasing on the side, like “Good Vibes only.”
Pros: They also come with a molded removable insole to help keep your feet happy for hours. As part of Toms One for One policy, the brand will donate one pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair sold.
Cons: These tend to run slightly narrow.