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Timberland Men's Vibram GORE-TEX Boots

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Learn More About Men's Winter Boots at Public Lands

Your feet make more contact with cold, rough, and slippery terrain than any other body part. Protecting them is the first step in building a functional outfit for your winter adventures.

Warmth Level

Uninsulated boots can work in mildly chilly weather, especially if you add a warm pair of socks. Warm boots are suitable for when it's a bit cooler outside, but the warmest boots are necessary for Arctic and mountain pursuits.


When you aren't worried about getting snow in your shoes, low boots are sufficient. High boots, on the other hand, are vital in mounds of snow: They keep errant flakes from getting into your shoes.

High boots keep your ankles toasty while providing support. Some of them restrict ankle mobility though. Mid-height boots are good if your adventures require something in between.


In freezing environments, you'll want insulated boots to keep your feet toasty. Uninsulated boots are sufficient for mild temperatures, and you can make them a bit warmer with the proper socks.

Pull-on boots are convenient if you don't want to fuss with laces, like when you're wearing thick winter gloves.

Unless you want to go splat on the ice, slip-resistant boots are an excellent idea. Because puddles can become ice slicks in minutes, you might want to prioritize this feature.

Water-resistant boots work best in damp weather, and waterproof boots are good for stomping through puddles.

But remember, even the best boots won't function to their full capabilities without a pair of men's winter socks!