Do you remember college when everything is new and exciting? You look at everything with fresh eyes. A familiar coffee shop like Starbucks looks different in another city with different city names on their destination mugs. The local grocery is full of products that you’ve never seen before… or so you think.
College is such an exciting time in anyone’s life. The most exciting part is shopping for your own things! How do you find the best book bag for school? What about a desk lamp, so you don’t strain your eyes while burning the midnight oil? Oh and winter! Oh, winter. A new jacket and of course, to keep you safe while trudging through the snow to school, winter boots!
How Do You Find The Best Winter Boots For College Students?
There are a lot of boots out there so you will have a lot of options. You just need to think about what you are willing to spend on a pair of boots. How often do you think you will need to use them? How harsh are the winter conditions in your area? How are you going from one place to another and how much mileage do you expect from your winter boots. Think about these and you are on your way to determining the best pair of boots to get.
As a college student, you will need to be wise about how you spend your money. You need to set aside as much as you can for projects and those that you need specifically for your studies like books, project materials, presentation materials, etc. If you are this type of college student, you need a pair of boots that are affordable without sacrificing quality and comfort.
One brand that you can consider is Noelle Winter Boots available at Target stores. These boots are between $40 to $50. It is black and comes with light blue laces. The color is perfect for normal college outfits of jeans, white shirts, and a neutral colored sweatshirt. You will be wearing heavy coats anyway. Dressing up during winter time can be fruitless so why make all the fuss?
You can also consider Quest Women’s Powder 200g Winter Boots. It is made of 200 grams of Thinsulate insulation to keep your feet warm. It is also very durable and has outsole tracking, so you don’t worry about slipping in snow or black ice if comes in black with a touch of gray. Again, very neutral coloring, so it is easier to match if with any coat and outfit. This pair of boots is available at Dicks Sporting Goods.
Unfortunately, most snow or winter boots are known to be shabby looking and not really made for fashionable wear. They are bulky and heavy for the most part, and the colors are usually … dull. If you can spend a little more on a pair of boots, you don’t have to settle with dull looking boots that do not bring out your stylish side. There are some other boots that you can consider.
DSW (Designer Shoe Warehouse) has the Bare Traps Adele Boot. It is water resistant made of Stay Dry System so you won’t get cold feet(literally) nor wet or moist feet. Boots also need to have a good lining to keep your feet warm, and this pair of boots is made of faux shearling lining which will feel like your feet are covered in cotton while being protected from the snow and cold at the same time. This pair of boots is sold for around $90 to $100 but is very much worth its price.
You can also find “sexy” looking winter books if you are willing to spend a little more. Mind you, this is rare as winter boots usually look tacky and bulky. Columbia has the Columbia’s Women’s Minx Mid III 200g Winter Boots. This pair of boots combines trendy and sexy. Although it is the customary black, the design looks more exciting than others. It comes with 200gof insulation to keep your feet warm. It is also waterproof and made of rubber outsole, so you won’t be stumbling on snow when you venture out.
There are a lot of options for winter boots out there nowadays. Stores like Target, Costco, Walmart, etc. carry different winter boots are affordable prices. There are also online stores such as Zulily and Just Fab that showcase affordable but durable and quality winter books.DISCLAIMER (IMPORTANT): This information (including all text, images, audio, or other formats on FamilyHype.com) is not intended to be a substitute for informed professional advice, diagnosis, endorsement or treatment. You should not take any action or avoid taking action without consulting a qualified professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions about medical conditions. Do not disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking advice or treatment because of something you have read here a FamilyHype.com.