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Winter hiking shoes
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Let not the frigid weather give you cold feet (literally) in a cozy pair of winter hiking shoes. Whether properly insulated or lined with cold-ready fabric, these homey hikers will keep your tootsies toasty and your footing secure on icy trails.
You know what else will not get iced in this space? Your wallet! Yes, your savings will not go below zero through RunRepeat—you can bet your dollar on that!
An expanding selection of winter hiking shoes for men and women
The trail kicks you see here are those that keep you going in the cold. Several brands offer them, and all-around insulation is the name of the game in such a pair.
Consider yourself fortunate if you are an Adidas fan because most winter hiking shoes for men and women listed here come from them. Adidas hikers made for frigid pursuits also happen to be part of said brand’s famous Terrex lineup.
Most of the kicks you are browsing in this space are also part of our waterproof must-buys. In them, you can brave some 2-3 inches of snow without getting your feet soaked after the hike. Tip: Wear a pair of gaiters for snow deeper than 4 inches.
Are winter hiking shoes affordable?
Their MSRPs cover a wide range—from $100 all the way up to $250. Those with proper water protection cost more, but through our partnership deals, you can own them for significantly less. Speaking of affordability, take a peek in our budget-friendly section and go wild!