Best Columbia Snow Boots

Columbia is best known for manufacturing exceptional quality footwear which target, women, children as well as men.

They cater to shoes which are fit for various outdoor activities or even casual wear. Alongside, shoes or boots whom of which are seasonal.

If you are looking to keep your feet warm and snug during extreme winters, then reviews of The Top Best Columbia Snow Boots below can be of significant help in making up your mind.

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Upper / Outsole

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Columbia Women's Minx Mid II Omni-Heat Winter Boot

Woven synthetic textile / Synthetic

Columbia Women’s Ice Maiden II Snow Boots

Leather / Rubber

UGG Ostrander Boot Women's

Synthetic Leather / Rubber

Columbia Women’s Minx Mid II Omni-Heat Winter Boot – (The Best Waterproofing System)

Main Features

  • 10” long shaft merged with a .50” platform provide ultimate protection to calves.
  • Faux fur cuffing around the shaft opening prevent snow/mud or moisture from entering.
  • Heat-reflective inner lining merged with 200g insulation enhance warmth.
  • Ghillie-style lacing system provides closure for the perfect fitting.
  • A tongue under the lace makes wearing the boot relatively easier.

The Columbia Women’s Minx Mid II Omni-Heat Winter Boot is highly waterproof as well as provide excellent grip on wet hillsides or mud.

I would not. However, recommend these for delayed outdoor exposure to temperatures as low as -20F, my feet eventually went numb due to failed insulation.

The soles are although water resistant yet is flexible and support the flexing movement of the feet while walking; therefore, are no discomforting during long walks or hiking trips.

Things I Liked

  • Highly lightweight, weighing only 3 pounds.
  • Due to their full frame, they are ideal for those with widely structured feet or ankles.

Things I Disliked

  • The outsole is thin; therefore, can cause discomfort while walking on a rocky, sharp terrain.
  • The size is not right for measurements, order one size greater.

Columbia Women’s Ice Maiden II Snow Boots – (The Most Chic Women’s Snow Boots)

Main Features

  • Techlite midsole delivers comfort along with sufficient flexibility.
  • 200g insulation provides warmth even in -30 temperatures.
  • Omni-grip traction marks on the rubber outsole provide excellent stability.
  • A seam-sealed waterproof upper ensure no water penetration takes place during or after exposure.
  • Full boot frame provides additional space for woolen socks or foot warmers.

The Columbia Women’s Ice Maiden II Snow Boots are high-quality boots which are not only faithful to the measurement size but also feature a crisscross lacing system which helps with perfectly fitting the boot.

The woolen top-shaft cuffing secures the warmth inside and prevents external cold temperatures from entering.

The only flaw was regarding how the manual misled the foot providing insulation in -30C. Even in -10C, there was not sufficient insulation.

Things I Liked

  • The boots have a very chic outlook; therefore, are versatile to various outfits.
  • The boots fit just right according to their size, even allow for additional padding placements.
  • Deliver excellent traction over ice or even mud.

Things I Disliked

  • The partial suede sides need to be sprayed with a water-resistant formula to prolong durability.

Columbia Men’s Bugaboot Snow Boots – (The Most Comfortable Midsole Cushioning)

Main Features

  • A seam-sealed waterproof synthetic upper provides optimal protection from snow/slush.
  • Pull up additional lace closure merged with crisscross laces keep the perfect fitting secured.
  • A loose tongue under the laces provides room and comfort while wearing the boots.
  • Traction featuring Columbia Omni-grip provides grip on all terrains even rocky.
  • Thinsulate insulation provides sufficient warmth in extreme cold.

If you intend on wearing thick socks or foot warmers with Columbia Men’s Bugaboot Snow Boots, then it’s best to order one size up. I was highly satisfied with the water resistance; deep outsole treads as well as sufficient insulation they provided.

The same cannot be said about the laces eyelets though, 2-3 of them came off over a few months’ worths of use and had to sew back on. I would have preferred metal lace eyelets instead of nylon.

Things I Liked

  • Warranty is there in cases of defect.
  • Techlite midsole cushioning provides comfortable flexibility with foot movement.
  • The boots do not give a bulky outlook. Preferably, have a very classical look.

Things I Disliked

  • The lace eyelets were instead from nylon which was not durable.
Shawn Michaels