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I've just placed the order. Hope these will let me stop looking for another pair of winter boots.

 

BTW, UGGs are definitely not for Canadian weather. My Polson is dead after 1 season and a half. Their customer services are terrible too. 

post #647 of 650
Regarding laces, I just use stretchy ones from the local sport shop. No one can tell them apart and I don't have to lace anything.
post #648 of 650

I've been having a hard time with this as well.

 

I did buy a pair of Pikolinos casual boota this winter that have not held up.

 

Was thinking of the Jcrew RedWing Wabasha.

 

I wish that Merrell would jump into the more fashionable side of Mens winter boots.  They have some fashionable winter boots for women, just not men for whatever reason.

post #649 of 650
I want to thank the people who helped me. I'm giving ups to every post

Here were my selections:

Trail hiking snow boot: Hanwag Ivalo ($80)



Daytime casual wear: Hanwag Grunten Winter $250)



Late fall/early spring boot: Vass scotch grain high boots ($500 ebay)







I am speculative of the Vass because despite avoiding salt the laces alone are destroying the grain leather color... Is this normal?

I found the Hoggs boots I originally requested details about. Would love to own these next Fall.
post #650 of 650
Hoggs of Fife Rannoch Veldtschoen boots

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