Posted by: Stephanie Tuck | December 31, 2010

Great Gear Award: Best Winter Boots

Yesterday, three unrelated strangers stopped me on the street to tell me I looked hot. It just happened again in the elevator of my building this morning as I headed out to walk Stella, my pup. I wasn’t even awake and I may not have brushed my teeth yet, but still, longing looks came my way…

Okay, to be clear, these folks didn’t exactly say I looked “hot” – it was more like “toasty,” and they were referring to my feet.  They were right! I was wearing my amazing SOREL 1964 winter boots, these huge waterproof  can-survive-an-ice-age -or-a-nuclear-explosion stompers, and in them  snow, ice and water pile-ups are no problemo. Seriously.  Pardon the pun, but they make SLUSH FUN. Designed to keep you warm in temps as low as -25 degrees, wear these tundra-savvy boots and you won’t care if the streets are plowed or not – you won’t notice! What are your weather-busting finds? Let me know. xox Steph

Sorel 1964 boots. Mine have pink laces and a pink band. $100.

Sorel Tivoli boots. $100.


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  1. Hi Steph,

    I LOVE that you posted about Sorel boots, they are the greatest winter boots ever made. In fact, I grew up with them in Northern Canada, so it’s funny to see that they’ve become a trend across the colder US states.

    Love the site:)

    Amanda (amandarussellworkouts)

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  2. With a good pair of boots you can laugh at snow, sludge and slush. Fear no puddle. Do they make any that don’t have laces (e.g., pull on or zip instead)?

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    • Hi Donna,
      Yes, they do. Go to http://www.sorel.com (tried to link but alas didn’t connect in this space.)
      The Women’s Tivoli Slip is really cute, warm and waterproof. Sorel makes Wellies, too.
      You Will Love.
      xoxo

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  3. Hey There. I found your blog using msn. This is a very well written article. I will be sure to bookmark it and come back to read more of your usefull information. Thanks for the post.

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