We tried the following boots in rain, sleep and/or snow, and loved them all! Our top winter boot recommendations below! —Vita Daily
Different than a standard slipper, Baffin’s unisex Hybrid Slipper Collection marries indoor comfort with an outdoor lifestyle. With water resistant nylon uppers and durable soles, Hybrid Slippers are perfect for a number of environments and will keep your feet comfortable and cosy.
Now available at Nordstrom, Manitobah’s Pacific Winter Waterproof Boot boasts a traditional design enhanced with waterproof leather, faux-shearling lining and a genuine shearling footbed. Canadian winter-ready!
By Columbia, this Women’s Minx Shorty III Boot follows in the footsteps of its taller siblings, and is just as waterproof, warm, and stylish in winter conditions. Features include 200g insulation, thermal reflective lining and a non-marking traction rubber outsole for sure-footed comfort.
Don’t let the rain steal your thunder. The Rain Boot by Everlane features a versatile ankle height, a slip-resistant tread, and a custom-designed cushioned insole for walkable comfort. Plus, stretch side panels and pull tabs make it easy to slide on and go. Even better? It’s made from flexible, easy-to-clean rubber and was designed to leave plenty of room for thick, comfy socks, so you can stay warm no matter the weather.
Anfibio makes these beauties in Canada: the Bree Boot is the perfect combination of style and rugged reliability, making it a piece of footwear that can be worn anytime and anywhere. Crafted with the finest suede, these waterproof boots are lined with soft natural wool, a 3mm cushioning insole and outsoles designed to stay flexible in freezing temperatures.
Muck’s best selling all-purpose shoe offers all-day comfort wherever you go. Roll them down and they become a shoe! They will keep your feet warm and dry on those cool, wet mornings. This classic offers a new high traction, rubber outsole and even better contact with wet surfaces. The outsole design will shed debris easily. Whether you’re in the garden, running errands, or walking the dog, you’ll enjoy these.