21 February 2012
This situation has become further exaggerated in recent years, with an increase in snowfall quickly bringing Britain’s rail networks and roads to a standstill. With cold and snowy conditions taking grip it can be all too easy to accept defeat and put off the day to day routine. I’m sure many of us have gingerly opened a curtain, wiped away the condensation to see a snowy blanket covering the garden, only to quickly retreat to the safety of the sofa. Once settled down, only the occasional trip to the kitchen is required to top up a mug of drinking chocolate and then begins an afternoon of home improvement and antiques show channel hopping. While this might seem like a viable solution to some there are many that enjoy walking in the countryside or that need to go to shops or supermarkets. Luckily winter snow boots are on hand to make venturing from the home all the more enjoyable.
Winter snow boots help to put an end to perhaps the most frustrating aspect of going out in the snow and that’s getting cold and wet feet. Snow boots feature a waterproof outer layer, either made from waterproofed suede, leather or synthetic materials. Ensuring that your feet are warm and dry is further enhanced by the addition of either wool or faux fur padded insides. Trips to the shops or even recreational walks suddenly seem much more plausible and walking in the snow can expose you to sites and sounds that you may have missed by staying inside. The design of snow boots doesn’t just stop at comfort and the boot design also gives stability and support to the ankle. This good level of support is also teamed up with strong soles with good grip, that mean compacted snow and ice poses much less of a hazard. Even supermarket floors that become wet are less slippery thanks to having a proper, supportive grip.
The next time it snows and the temptation of a duvet day calls, why not get the snow boots out and embrace the weather, confident that you have the right footwear to tackle the weather.