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    Winter footwear

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    What do you ladies who live in cold/snowy areas wear in the winter for shoes?

    I have my winter boots for when it's snowing, but those would be these monstrosities:

    http://www.sorel.com/on/demandware.s...womens_branded



    Not exactly what I want to wear other than for ice fishing, snowmobiling, or shoveling snow. Plus, those bitches are HEAVY!

    Other than that I'm pretty much limited to my sneakers and hiking boots. I want some cute shoes or boots that I can wear out shopping or dinner or whatever.

    Uggs are not an option as my husband loathes them with a fierce passion.

    So what do you wear?
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    I need some too!
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    I wear Uggs, I don't think they are super cute, or at all fashionable, but they keep my feet toasty warm!

    I really need a pair of real snow boots with some tread for this winter though. I'll be this thread! I hate upstate NY winters.
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    i have a pair of moccasin boots that i LOVE but would be baaaadd in deep snow, they're pretty thin but ill be too cuz seattle winters can get pretty bad
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    I don't recall really needing snow boots when I lived in Colorado. I just bought some cute boots from Payless that were under $30.
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    I don't need snow boots at all. I've got that covered, I just need something cute to wear out. Because right now all I have is my sneakers and hiking boots to wear besides my snow boots.

    I've been wanting for awhile to try some flats, but I'm afraid they'll be too cold for winter, so I'll wait until next spring. I would also love some knee height boots with a heel, but a heel wouldn't be very practical. Maybe some flat boots if I can find some I like.
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    The ones you posted are a tad extreme for me.

    I have snow boots similar to these which are also from Kohl's. (I found the ones you were looking at ).


    I also have uggs and these.



    There's boring old tennis shoes too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolinaHokie View Post
    The ones you posted are a tad extreme for me.

    I have snow boots similar to these which are also from Kohl's. (I found the ones you were looking at ).


    I also have uggs and these.



    There's boring old tennis shoes too.

    Yeah, they are a bit over the top, but for ice fishing and snowmobiling they are the only thing that keep my feet warm. I certainly don't wear them out in public.

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