*not the best boot shot in the world*
These first few photos are of the winter snow boots I purchased early last year when my husband was in California during his brother's brain tumor surgery, and I was here at home when a major snowstorm hit our area, and the shoveling of snow job fell on my shoulders.
I am not a great shoveler of anything (ahem)
Anyway, I researched a lot of winter boots at that time, and since I knew I would not be needing them for sub zero type weather, these BearPaw brand boots were my choice.
They are warm enough for clueing snow from the front sidewalk and they look good too.
Once the heavy snows of today stop falling, I'll be assisting me husband with a bit of clearing and putting these Bearpaws to the test of warmth.
and also the test of keeping out any wetness from the snow, because if the feet get wet it can only mean one thing... THIS GIRL IS GOING INDOORS!!
A few weeks ago I started reading a blog called Alaskan Weredork, it's a fashion blog from the state of Alaska. The photos can be dark at times, but they don't have much sun this time of the year, but I did enjoy her post from yesterday about boots... something of great importance to Alaskans since they have many days of sub-zero temperatures and warm boots are at the top of their fashion list this time of the year.
So, what was Katie's recommendations and boots of choice?
Well, it certainly was not Uggs or Sorels, but she did give a thumbs up to Stegers boots.
However... the winning boot in her opinion is the Bogs brand.
You can read her post HERE if you are looking for the warmest and driest boots to wear in wintertime,
enjoy her blog too.