Well, winter is here, isn’t it? The timing of this post is not coincidental. SNOWZILLAGEDDON has blanketed much of the east coast with a huge amount of snow and it’s a major wake up call to a lot of us, who are now looking out our windows and seeing a nice thick white carpet covering everything. Now comes the fun part – shoveling our driveways, digging out our cars, or trudging through the grey mush that will fill our streets for the next week. We all need to be prepared, and fear not, readers – vegan winter boot options are plentiful. See below for a few tasty selections sure to keep your feet warm and dry.
This is so late in coming, but unfortunately it is far too often the case that we feature styles halfway or mostly through the appropriate season. We weren’t even going to do this, but in New York (and the Midwest, South, Atlantic, and Northeast) we were just slammed with a brutal arctic chill and the first real snowstorm of winter. Nothing like that 1-2 to knock you on your ass and think about the appropriate gear.
Today we’re featuring four of our favorite vegan winter boots. We think that there is a decent amount of variety in this section to satisfy different tastes and needs. At the most practical end is the Bogs Classic Ultra Mid 2, which will be able to handle more extreme weather conditions. It’s waterproof, insulated, and comfortable. I especially like the top handles and stretch bootie for easy access. Similarly, the Kamik Hunter is a calf high waterproof rubber boot with an insulated liner. A neat feature is the adjustable nylon collar at the top.