Cold Weather boots?

Danners or Matterhorns. Can't go wrong Phone Post 3.0

Wool socks under Birkenstocks, hippy.

I wear these... http://www.falconpf.com/mining-features/

Was outside in -44 degree weather all day yesterday training a new crew on some equipment. Standing on ice and snow all day, my feet were at a comfortable temperature.

The boot is built on a running shoe platform, which makes it super comfortable with proper arch support and cushioning. It offers high tech poron XRD soft metatarsal protection. Welded seams, specially treated leather to stand up against caustic chemicals. Kevlar threading. They are waterproof with a full gortex liner. The soles are grippy on ice. And they are hand made.

A great fucking work boot. I paid $440.00 tax in out the door. Worth every penny imo.

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RKing85 - can't go cheap when it comes to good old weather boots. As a letter carrier who spends 4-5 hours a day in Saskatchewan winters, you just have to bite the bullet and spend good money on an excellent pair.

I just bought some genuine Saskatchewan seal skin boots, they are amazing.

Sorels.

Columbia makes boots you can charge with a USB cord. Heat last for couple hours. Phone Post 3.0

I've got a pair of Merrell boots that are fucking awesome.  They are very warm and actually more comfortable than anything else I own (to the extent that I sometimes where them even when it's stupid to wear boots).  As long as your pants are long enough, they just look like hiking shoes rather than bigass boots.  They zip up so they're very easy to get on and off and you don't have to mess with laces while you're wearing gloves. They are also quite waterproof.  They're also pretty cheap for what they are.   I live in Minnesota and it is cold as hell and these do great.

It looks like they might not make the ones I have as I can't find them on the Merrell website, but there are still some out there.  Here's a link: http://www.flcrooks.com/mens-merrell-isotherm-zip-waterproof-shadow.aspx

 

RedWings all the way. Paid $240 for mine, work outside in the wet conditions. This week was 0-10 degrees all week, best boots I ever had and look ok too Phone Post 3.0

Are there any warm shoes? I'm on my feet outside in the cold from time to time, but I'm also working in a laboratory so I don't want a big bulky boot weighing me down either.

Any warm socks you guys suggest would also be appreciated.

I got the cabella snow runners.. 400grain of insulation.. Lifetime warranty. Phone Post 3.0

Cryptic - Are there any warm shoes? I'm on my feet outside in the cold from time to time, but I'm also working in a laboratory so I don't want a big bulky boot weighing me down either.

Any warm socks you guys suggest would also be appreciated.

I use these. Great cold weather socks and comfortable as hell.

http://www.marks.com/shop/en/marks-marksdefaultsalescatalog/mens-t-max-heat-socks---(marl)--29500

http://www.whitesboots.com/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=451

Whites boots. I wear the outdoorsmen. Was turned onto them by a hunting guide who'd worn them for decades (literally). custom made for your feet. I didn't get the insulated ones because I didn't need them in my area (indiana). 0 is about as cold as it'll get around here. He was an alaskan guide and had the 400 gram thinsulate ones.

Make sure that whatever boot you end up with you wear good socks to go along with them. Get good merino wool socks (I like Smart Wool) and maybe liners to go with them. When you pick out your boots, wear those same socks when you try them on or do your measurements.

Anything goretex. Phone Post 3.0

Sorel conquests. You will thank me. Phone Post 3.0