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No. 10 - UGG Australia Munroe

Instant street cred: They’re based on a classic, timeless look.
Other benefits: Extra cozy liner.

UGG Australia’s legendary boots are best known for keeping the ladies warm, but they have a number of good options for dudes, too. You’ll be able to rep the #cozyboy movement to the fullest with the Munroe Winter Boot, while is lined with UGGpure wool and a supported by a chunky yet sleek Vibram outsole.


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No. 9 - Jack Wolfskin Snow Pass

Instant street cred: The rugged design looks like something you’d seen on a ‘90s Nike ACG boot.
Other benefits: Waterproof membrane.

If you’re in search of boots with a sportier look, consider the Jack Wolfskin Snow Pass. The design wouldn’t look out of place among classic Nike ACG models and it’s also rugged enough for all winter weather protection in all conditions.


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No. 8 - Muck Arctic Sport Mid

Instant street cred: All black never goes out of style.
Other benefits: Seamless waterproof construction.

The Muck Arctic Sport Mid is built for true versatility, equipped to withstand conditions from -40°F to 60°F.  The rugged stretch nylon construction is done up in an all black everything colorway, so they’ll look fly whether you tuck your pants in or let them fall to the ankle.


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No. 7 - Pajar Canada Guardo

Instant street cred: Classic work boot look built to handle the elements.
Other benefits: Seam sealed construction.

Not feeling the synthetic, obvious snow boot look? The Guardo from Pajar Canada is a clean alternative, built with tough leather and split suede for a more classic style. That doesn’t mean they’re any less rugged, because sealed seams and a cemented rubber outsole allow these to power through winter’s worst.


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No. 6 - Sorel 1964 Pac Nylon

Instant street cred: You’ll stand out from the pack with this navy and red colorway.
Other benefits:
Handcrafted rubber outsole.

The main thing that sets the Sorel 1964 Pac Nylon apart from the rest is its colorway, which makes use of a navy and black base with fiery red accents. Nine times out of ten, everyone around you is going to be rocking black or brown boots, so you’ll be able to make a statement with these.


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No. 5 - La Chameau Chasseur

Instant street credit: More like instant baller alert. If they don’t know about these, they’re not on your level anyway.
Other benefits: Italian leather insole.

No matter which brand or store you shop, boots are expensive. However, some are just a little more high end than others, and the La Chameau Chasseur is a perfect example. It’s built by hand from 26 individual pieces of natural rubber and capped off with a lux Italian leather lining and insole. New boot alert; Chameau.


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No. 4 - Tundra Utah

Instant street cred: Camo down to your boots.
Other benefits: Hardcore rubber shell and outsole.

On the flipside, not everyone can afford to drop half a stack on a new pair of snow boots. That doesn’t mean you have to settle for something that you wouldn’t want to be seen in. These camouflage accented boots from Tundra are a great choice, and they’re only $84.


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No. 3 - Timberland Eathkeepers Chillberg Mid

Instant street cred: Nothing beats classic wheat. Nothing.
Other benefits: Green Rubber lug outsole.

Keep it classic and environmentally friendly at the same time with Timberland’s Earthkeepers Chillberg Mid. It’s lined with 200 grams of toasty PrimaLoft insulation and also features Climapath vents for some added breathability. The best part? The timeless wheat colorway. Straight butter son.


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No. 2 - Bogs Buckman

Instant street cred: Rugged all black, carbon fiber-like design.
Other benefits: Pull on handles.

Classic black 6” Tims are great, but they can get destroyed pretty quickly in rough winter weather. If you’re looking to rock the all black look without having to replace your pair at the end of the season, check out the Bogs Buckman. They’re one of the most durable options around and will look dope with khakis, sweats, or selvedge denim.


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No. 1 - Columbia BugaBoot Plus II

Instant street cred: All camo everything, dunny.
Other benefits: Omni-Heat reflective liner.

When it comes to street cred, it’s hard to beat the urban classic that is camouflage. Ever since the days of Mobb Deep, “Protect Ya Neck”, and Illmatic, camo’s been a streetwear staple. The Columbia BugaBoot Plus II is sure to get the job done whether you’re tearing through the slush of city streets or actually sitting in the deer stands.


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