Footwear that rises to the ankle or higher; can be casual or dressy, practical or fashionable. Boots that are designed for protection from the elements may be made of a single, closely-stitched piece of leather, rubber, or other material to prevent the entry of water, mud or dirt. Other types of boots are sturdy in nature, intended for protection in wilderness or industrial settings. Fashionable boots for men and women may have all the variations seen in other shoe styles, including high heels, platforms, and lacings.
Winter is the coldest period of the four seasons. Winter occurs between fall and spring; during the months of December, January, and February in the northern hemisphere; and during June, July and August in the Southern hemisphere. Winter is characterized by cold weather, with snow and ice on the higher latitudes.
The North Face Snowtropolis Lace Love these boots!
March 25, 2013
Reviewer: BBMama from Boston, MA
These boots are exactly what I was looking for--something stylish enough for the city, but practical enough to survive the cold and wet New England winters. These are very comfortable to walk around in, they have a nice soft sole. I will say that I have very narrow calves, and these boots fit me pretty snugly with a pair of jeans tucked in. If you have large calves, these might not be comfortable.
Wears this shoe: Great for cold and snow.
Naturalizer Valour snow boot review
March 20, 2013
Reviewer: Gayle from Humboldt, Ia
Great boot. True to size and nice and warm. Love it
Wears this shoe: When there is snow on the ground
The North Face Greenland Zip II Excellent boot, but buy larger
March 16, 2013
Reviewer: 35 year old active mom. from Milwaukee, WI
This boot is great, but I would buy a 1/2 size larger. I usually wear a 7.5 or 8. I bought an 8 and it is a little tight. These boots will definately keep your feet warm and they have great treads on the bottom.
Wears this shoe: Shoveling, Sledding, Winter activities
The North Face McMurdo II Horrible
March 08, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from Massachusetts
These boots are stiff as board, therefore hard to walk in. They are very tight on your feet ( I couldn't wiggle my toes at all!) and my toes were frozen numb after less than 2 hrs. outside on a 30 degree day. I love northface but I do not recommend THESE boots to anyone. I'd send them back but I prematurely threw the box out before I wore them. Very disappointed....
Wears this shoe: Ice fishing
Lugz Tambora Love these!
March 07, 2013
Reviewer: Long Island Gal from New York
Soooo comfy and soft inside. My toes are toasty and dry and they look great.
Wears this shoe: Wet, snowy weather