The Budget-Friendly Winter Boot Guide for Every Outdoor Adventure
The holidays may finally be winding down, but the winter adventures are just beginning. There are still plenty of snow, rain, and fun-filled days ahead that call for fitting footwear. With plans like ski lodge chilling, puddle jumping, and everyday urban grinding on the horizon, we have your toes covered with the cutest budget boots money can buy. Ahead you'll find high- quality, affordable styles from TOMS, Zara, Lucky Brand, and more that are designed to keep you cozy, dry, and lookin' damn good, all winter long.
Everyday Boots: Elevated staples like the RAID Apple Black Studded Chelsea Boots ($64) are exactly what you'll reach for each morning. They're the practical, comfortable, totally non-basic booties that you'll never get tired of wearing.
Lucky Brand Adalan Bootie ($149)
Après Ski Boots: Hitting the slopes is fun and all, but the real party can be found by the cozy fires and hot toddies back at the lodge. Treat yourself by stepping into a cushy pair of snuggly boots like the Bearpaw Koko ($80) then kick back and watch the snowfall.
TOMS Inez Booties ($65)
Outdoor Adventure Boots: When you break away from the Netflix binging, there's a *lot* of fun to be had outside — as long as you're prepared. Bundle up in layers but complete the outdoorsy lewk in waterproof wonders like the Kamik Snovalley 1 Insulated Snow Boot ($63).
M.Gemi The Alpi ($298)
Vasque Pow Pow III UltraDry ($150)
Dress to Impress Boots: It's time for a new year and a very stylish new you — in the fiercest footwear possible. Stunners like the UO Olivia Leopard Platform Boot ($89) will elevate even the plainest cold-weather getup.
Naturalizer Emory ($119)
Puddle Jumping Boots: Unleash your inner kid this season by walking through every puddle in your path. Easy to slip on and oh-so-cute, rubber wellies like the Target Classic Knee High Rain Boots ($40) will make you want to splash every chance you get.
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