UGG Australia is a popular choice of fall and winter shoe for the comfort and warm they provide. The key is the sheepskin. While UGGs are made with leather or suede on the outside, they are lined with traditional sheepskin within. They look a lot like casual clogs, loafers, moccasins, and ankle boots. But UGGs are not the be all and end all to winter footwear. Many shoe designers are making shoes that are equally stylish and very much affordable.
1. Totes boots
Totes boots are made of Thermolyte, which is a high tech material known to provide comfort, warmth, and is lightweight as well. These shoes keep your feet dry and are waterproof. Fans of the boot love the fit, as you can adjust the buckle on the sides to your desired tightness or looseness.
While a common complaint of UGG boots is that they offer no arch support, Totes boots have cushioned foot beds with comfortable pads. The soles of these shoes are made of rubber to allow a strong grip on slippery surfaces when it’s raining. Not just comfortable, Totes boots are available in a wide variety of colors and designs to fit your style and budget.
Check out Aquatalia boots by Marvin K for a mix of style, fashion, and function. The boots are made with luxurious soft leather, high gloss skins, crocodile skin, quilter and fabrics. Their weatherproof collection uses technology designed to withstand any kind of weather. These boots are not only waterproof, they are also breathable and soft with stain resistance and added cushion for comfort. Check out their classic and trendier styles, which can be worn even when winter is over.
Juicy Couture boots are designed beautifully, fashionable and are well made, if they are somewhat expensive. These boots are made with leather, and the insides are lined with artificial wool to keep you warm in cold and snow. This famous American brand, both at home and abroad, will have heads turning.
All these boots are good for bad weather and are fashionable as well as comfortable. They are available in your budget: all you have to do is go shoe hunting.