As the weather gets colder it’s time to think about replacing last year’s ratty old boots. Here are five pairs that will last you many winters to come.
Columbia Bugaboot Plus III
Columbia’s latest update to their Bugaboot line isn’t the warmest, but it packs a lot of comfort without a lot of weight, perfect for people who need to do a lot of walking in the snow.
UGG Hannen TL
Believe it or not, UGG makes some good-looking kicks for men. This pair is made of waterproof leather, sheepskin lining and a flexible outsole to ensure warmth, comfort and style.
L.L. Bean Goretex Kangaroo Upland Boot
The Upland style is made of kangaroo leather, which is much warmer and more durable than cow leather. Add Gore-Tex and L.L. Bean’s Thinsulate lining and you have one rugged, waterproof pair of boots.
Timberland 6-Inch Premium Waterproof
No one can go wrong with a classic. Timberland makes some of the best waterproof boots you can find, and the best thing is they come in 17 different colors. For best results, pair with a Moncler sweater.
Sorel Men’s Caribou II
This model is Sorel’s flagship Caribou boot, seam-sealed for a completely waterproof boot and rated to -41 degrees below zero.
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