You’d think the men would be less trend conscious when it comes to picking snow boots. But surprisingly, this list of top snow boots for men contain brands like Sorel, UGG and Columbia – the very same brands that women can’t seem to get enough of. Oh and UGG pretty much dominates this list too.
Here are the top 5 snow boots for men this 2010 winter season:
Leave the knee-high and thigh-high boots to women – men like their UGGs just tall enough to tuck in the ends of their jeans so they don’t get wet. UGG Classic Short in black, chestnut, chocolate and sand are $140.00.
Although these are two different UGG styles, we had to lump them together because they look nearly identical. If it weren’t for the pull-on tabs on the Hartsvilles, UGG could sell these shoes under one name and people won’t be able to tell the difference. UGG Hartsville boots are $180.00 and UGG Beacon boots are $200.00.
The first non-UGG boots on this list are also the most hard wearing. The first ones lean more towards fashion, but these are true snow-shredding boots. These fleece-lined, waterproof, ultra-insulated boots rated for -40 degrees F are $124.95.
4. Columbia Cascadian Crest (Sold Out)
Don’t you just love snow boots that are just pull on and pull off? We know the men do. These easy to wear snow boots from Columbia are reasonably priced at $73.95.
5. Columbia Bugaboot Omni-Tech (Sold Out)
All the fancy words in this boot’s name isn’t just for show: the Omni-Tech technology waterproofs and insulates the boot yet allows sweat and moisture to escape at the same time. These are$99.95.
Special Mention: Tecnica Moon Boot
We had to give these Moon Boots special mention because we were surprised to see them on the list of most popular men’s boots – aren’t you? Then again, these boots are considered unisex, so maybe it’s the women who really are bolstering its sales and popularity. Either way, we should give guys more credit simply for choosing Moon Boots.