Snow and cold weather are coming closer this winter season and everybody needs a pair of warm, lined, waterproof boots to walk in mud and slush. Snow boots should be warm, lined with fur or similar material so that you won’t suffer from cold feet. These boots should be wide enough to tuck in your skinny jeans or leggings. If you have a thick athletic calf, you will definitely need a pair of snow boots with wide shaft. Shaft circumference is one of the most important measurements of any high boot.
Here are several wide calf snow boots for women that will keep your feet warm in even the most extreme conditions. These wide shaft snow boots are designed to keep your feet warm in temperatures as low as -25°F/-32°C. In most cases the boots have inner socks or Thinsulate/ fleece lining that traps bubbles of warm air inside to keep our feet warm and the cold out in the most frigid temperatures.

Kamik Momentum
Kamik Momentum is typical outdoor performance boot temperature rated -25° F with all the needed technology advances at a reasonable price.
SOREL Tofino Cate
SOREL Tofino Cate is very similar to Joan of Arctics boot but narrower in the foot area and comes in half sizes.
Khombu Abby elegant waterproof boot
Khombu Abby is not exactly wide calf; with 14 1/2 shaft circumference it’s suitable for ladies with slightly athletic calves. The boot is waterproof, lined with fur and extremely elegant. Comes in white upper and wide widths, too!
Report Beric
Report Beric is a cute fold- over winter boot with quilted accents. The boot combines urban chic style with chilly winter weather.
Tundra Boots Glacier Wide Calf Water Resistant Temperature rated womens boot
Tundra Boots Glacier is 19 inch shaft width water-resistant upper boot with elastic ankle strap for snag fit.
Columbia Ice Maiden II
Columbia Ice Maiden II is made of waterproof woven synthetic textile upper with suede overlays and thermal insulation.
SOREL Cumberland II
SOREL Cumberland II in white or black upper lace up closure Thinsulate and fleece waterproof boot

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