Today I want to talk about how to pick the best boots for winter. There are a lot of boots out there with lots of options. So much so, that it can get a bit confusing when trying to find the right boots. So I wanted to clear it up for you with the video below.
In general, when it comes to choosing the best boots for the cold winter weather, you want to make sure they are insulated.
There’s nothing worse than having cold feet in a pair of boots that you thought were going to do the exact opposite.
Actually, I take that back. There is something worse. Having cold, wet feet.
Which leads me to the next point. Look for waterproof boots.
You really don’t want wet feet. That can cause a whole host of other issues, along with just being cold.
Next up, you want to choose boots that have an aggressive sole so that you won’t slip and slide.
The stylish boots out there with leather soles on the bottom are just not going to cut it.
If you want to see a perfect example of this, hang out in New York City during a snowstorm and watch the commuters who don’t have the right boots. It’s a sure bet that someone will slip and fall hard.
Lastly, and most importantly, the boots must fit. If they don’t fit, not only can they cause pain, but they can also lead to other issues.
To make sure they fit properly, it will take some time to try them on.
That’s why I recommend an actual boot-fitting.
This will actually save you time from having to go out and find a bunch of different boots from different places to find the best one.
If you’d like to find the best winter boots for your feet and want to save time, then I’m here to do a fitting for you.
If you’d like that, scroll down and schedule a time in the calendar below.