White stuff: 10 best snow boots

Why wait for the snowy weather to engulf the UK before you get your winter footwear sorted out?

Instead, prepare for the iciest of conditions with our pick of the ultimate boots for the most extreme cold weather challenges.

From Merrell's Decora Women’s Chant Waterproof Boots to UGG’s Hannen, we round up the cosiest and most waterproof boots available this season. Whilst some are water resistant enough for the actual ski slopes, as well as slushy streets, others look so good that you can get away with wearing them even when it’s not snowing at all.

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Verdict

You can’t beat Sorel’s Women’s Joan of Arctic Boots when it comes to quality snow boots that will see you through years of snowfalls. Clarks Snow Day G Boots are  durable and comfortable for children who want to make the most of snow days. And Keen’s Revel II actually have traditional loft insulation, meaning they’re about the toastiest snow boots on the planet.

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1. Merrell Decora Women’s Chant Waterproof, £145

2. Keen Revel II, £124.99

3. Sorel Women’s Joan of Arctic, £160

4. Helly Hansen Garibaldi D-Ring, £130

5. Next Grey Snow Boots, From £22

6. UGG Hannen, £235

7. Roxy Terry Boots, £79.99

8. Berghaus Women’s Eriska aq Leather Boots, £135

9. Clarks Snow Day G, £14

10. Hunter Original Tall Snow, £110

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