Winter Boots

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  1. So Hung

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    I'm looking for a pair of some winter boots for my trip to Steamboat this December. I would like them to be waterproof.I will be using these for my non skiing days and night outings. These will be used once a year (winter vacations) so I'm trying to stay under the $180 mark.
     


  2. So Hung

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    Not water proof though :/
     


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    Danner Gore-tex lined
     


  6. knucks

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    Chippewa, Bean boots, Sorel...so many to choose from under $180..
     
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  7. So Hung

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    Sorel boots look more stylish compared to the ones mentioned. The others look really bulky and most look like work boots
     


  8. knucks

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    And some would say they are ugly.
     


  9. So Hung

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    I said they are the most stylish, not all that nice lol
     


  10. So Hung

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    So I ordered some Irish Setter boots by Red Wing from zappo to try out the fit. This boot is really well made and comfortable but they were really bulky. My jeans would not even get half way down, leaving the bulkiest part of the boot out. Any other suggestions? Pics?

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    I need some good waterproof boots for winter and it seems like sorel is one of the better choices. I'm worried about the fit, though. Any suggestions? Do they fit sloppily? Will I need to size down?
     


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