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It’s January, which means most parts of the country will soon be experiencing cold, snowy weather (if they haven’t already, that is). You’ll obviously need a warm winter coat to brave the frigid temps over the next few months, but don’t forget about snow boots. Despite the name, they’re actually perfectly suitable for cold weather, whether there’s snow on the ground or not.
If you don’t already own a pair of reliable snow boots, take a cue from Amazon shoppers who rave about these Columbia Women’s Ice Maiden II Snow Boots. Not only do these boots have more than 24,000 ratings, but they also have 4.7 out of 5 stars. According to Amazon, they’re a No. 1 best seller.
Columbia Women’s Ice Maiden II Snow Boot, $64.99-$218
While basic black is a classic option that you can’t go wrong with, these Columbia snow boots also come in eight other colors, including brown, gray and tan. As you can see from the photo above, the boots are definitely heavy-duty and designed to keep your feet warm and dry no matter how much snow is on the ground.
In the comments, customers say these Columbia snow boots are warm, comfortable, well made and waterproof.
“These boots are awesome,” one shopper wrote in their review. “They are soft inside and have a great sole. They also have a really good grip on the bottom that does not slip easily.”
If you don’t have a ton of money to spend on new footwear for winter, you’ll be pleased to know select colors and sizes of these popular snow boots are on sale for just $64.99. Grab a pair for yourself before the next snowfall, and you’ll be really glad you did.
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