There are so many awesome sales right now on Womens Winter Boots, so if you’re anything like me and looking to score a deal on a pricey new pair, then you need to know my Top 3 Winter Boot Shopping Tips.
1) When it comes to picking the best material, think about your lifestyle.
If you take public transit a lot and live in a cold, wet climate, go for a synthetic material. They will keep you warmer and are waterproof – as opposed to a suede boot. Suede is only good if you are mostly indoors, and don’t have to trek through yucky slush and snow. Leather on the other hand is also durable enough to make it through winter weather, just make sure you get them weatherproofed.
2) Comfort is key.
When shopping for a pair of boots, go at the end of the day. That’s when your feet are the their biggest and swollen. If you go by the size of your feet first thing in the morning, those boots are going to get pretty tight by the end of the day.
3) A word about fit.
I often hear from my clients that they have hard time getting boots to fit over their calves. Well, did you know you can tailor your boots to fit better? Just take them to a cobbler to have them put in an elastic insert for some extra give in the calf area. If you’re already getting those boots at a steal, the extra cost of tailoring your boots shouldn’t be a big deal.
So, what are your top tips when buying womens winter boots? I’d love to hear them! Leave a comment in the space below.
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