Winter Boots


Empire Wool and Canvas Company




less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 - $199.99
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$400 and above

Recent Winter Boot Reviews

Baffin Arctic Boot

rated 4 of 5 stars Runs small, adequate cold weather protection. The boots are 14" high and quite bulky because of all the neoprene foam. They could be overkill for you, and are more then I usually need. Usually my 8" work boots with 200g of Thinsulate work fine, even in the coldest weather. I didn't think these would be quite as bulky. I bought them online, and was surprised at their mass. I bought my size, which was a bit of a mistake. Get at least a half size larger. If you're standing or walking in foot-deep snow,… Full review

Keen Men's Alaska Boot

rated 5 of 5 stars This boot is for those who don't mess around when it comes to cold. The mid calf rise ensures a snug fit and prevents snow from getting into the boot, yet fits under snow or ski pants. These boots are fantastic. They've got the comfort and durability one comes to expect with Keen products. The boot needs a bit of breaking in before the leather moves with you, but once it's broken in, it feels like walking on pillows.   I've used these boots on a hiking trip in the mountains of Norway, and my feet… Full review

Baffin Revelstoke

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This high quality winter boot successfully unites warmth, style, and function in a lightweight package. This boot will not cause you to overheat in warmer conditions with its high breathability, but will also keep your feet warm and dry when the temperature falls far below the freezing point! After years of ill-fitting, large snow boots that provide sub-par warmth, I began the search for a superior product for both hiking/backpacking, and general poor weather use. I have never been happy using my… Full review

The North Face Men's Chilkats

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Good looking boot, and felt great on the feet, but just like all the others, mine also fell apart after just sitting in my closest with very little use. Fit: Fine Comfort: Started out great, but got even better when the boot split apart. Water resistance: Very poor as the fell apart. I'd post pictures, but you'd swear I just copied and pasted from those already shown. Mine also had very little use, and split like Chinese rubber. Good bye, North Face. Full review

Herman Survivor Tracer

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Boot are nice. The laces are junk. It is a shame that the boot laces are just garbage. The boots are pretty good work boots. I am giving the boot a 2 1/2 rating due to the laces. I should not have to buy new laces after a week of using them. I am not sure if it is the laces or the loops that are on the boot. I am sure I will find out. Full review

Ozark Trail Men's Snow Boots

rated 0.5 of 5 stars I too bought a pair of Ozark Trail boots from Walmart at season end last year. Loved the fit, and they said "waterproof." However, after only the first time wearing them in the snow, I kept leaving little black pieces of sole everywhere. Looked down, and the whole inside of the sole on one shoe was completely falling apart! Big chunks. Other shoe is just fine...I usually wear both at the same time, so same wear...haha. It seems that the quality of the rubber sole is crap, but only on one shoe??? Full review

The North Face Men's Chilkats

rated 1 of 5 stars My boots also fell apart in the same place. I've had these boots for a few years. Hardly wear them. Have always worn L.L. Bean boots, but a few years ago I ran into these and thought I'd try them. Didn't have the need to use them a lot until this winter. Got them out of my closet sitting next to my other boots. Second day wearing them they fell apart where the leather meets the rubber. Never had a pair of boots do this. I've read other complaints about this and North Face says it's a storage issue… Full review

The North Face Women's Chilkats

rated 2.5 of 5 stars Same problem :( All of a sudden I looked down while carrying wood in and the toe of my right boot split apart as I bent my foot while walking!  I had previously raved about these boots to anyone and everyone. I loved the comfort and warmth. Sadly neither of those factors matter if you can't keep your feet dry - soooooo disappointed. :( Full review

Columbia Men's Bugaboot Plus II Omni-Heat

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Just awesome! These are just awesome. Super lightweight! Feels like I have a pair of those stupid boat shoes on, as far as weight goes. They lace up high, and keep your foot and ankle secure and braced well. They also grip very well, but do not have a rigid sole. I have taken these out countless times snowshoeing, hiking, working, you name it. I had these on while summitting, with windchill it was -35 degrees F, but my feet were dry and warm. They are not super insulated, but are lined with a reflective… Full review

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