Walking In Snow

Discussion in 'Shoes, Shoes, Shoes' started by meowmix, Dec 11, 2003.

  1. iheartmj

    iheartmj New Member

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    For the past 2 years I've always worn my ugg boots through rain and snow and have never had a problem with them. They may look alittle worn out but they have always kept my feet dry and warm.
     
  2. PolishPrincess

    PolishPrincess New Member

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    it is true.....UGGS are NEVER going to be 100% waterproof....scotch guarded or water repellent..yes...waterproof NO.

    A great light, waterproof boot is BLUNDSTONE also from australia. ALL leather...keep ur feet dry and warm...GREAT simple boot
     
  3. As You Like It

    As You Like It Proponent of Plaid

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    Dr Marten's. Great tread, water resistant, last for ages, can be wworn with pretty much anything and everything!
     
  4. Luna

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    The snow is killing the the NE this year... I broke out my old Docs ... they're great for nasty weather... lol.
     
  5. whrlwnd

    whrlwnd New Member

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    Check out www.style.com and look in the "shopping" section. They have several heavy duty snow boots that also look chic...
     
  6. Noodle

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    Hehe.. it's funny to see people posting about what kind of shoes to wear in snow. :lol: Sorry, I'm not trying to poke fun, it's just I live in Saskatoon, and just a few weeks ago we had.. like.. 10 inches of snow, I swear (we were the coldest place on Earth just a few weeks ago, for one day). But anyhow, us 'tooners just walk through the snow with our normal shoes on. Sometimes I even see people wearing open-toed heels whule walking through 4 inches of snow. I wouldn't worry so much.. I mean, don't worry about buying some special sort of 'snow-repellant' or 'snow-made' shoe or anything. :flower:
     

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