First of all, snowmobile boots should above everything else, keep the rider’s feet nicely dry and warm at all times. Although a pair of regular snow boots could do that, at least in theory, it is advised that you invest in a nice pair of snowmobile boots for the long haul.
After taking into consideration everything the market has to offer, we put together a list of the best snowmobile boots out there for you to look at. These boots stand out not only through the protection the offer but also by being versatile and durable. So without further ado, here are the ten best snowmobile boots money can buy.
Best Snowmobile Boots of 2017
10Black-Hawk OPS Snow-mobile Boots
This par of exquisite boots from Black Hawks score high on almost every aspect and that grants a spot on our list. They are warm, comfortable, easy to walk around in and the laces let you adjust the boots to your preference. A waterproof membrane keeps your feet dry while you trudge through the snow and ice. The rubber soles are great for providing traction and ensure you don’t fall and hurt yourself on slippery surfaces.
9HMK Team Series Men’s Boa Focus Boots
HMK has come up with this absolute delight of a winter boot which is just as comfortable as it is functional. The harness strap adjusts to varying degrees of tightness, making it suitable for anyone to wear. The boot is waterproof and also exceptionally tough, which should keep your feet perfectly insulated, all the while being a very comfy wear. Not only that but they’re also much more flexible than you would expect them to be.
8HJC Snowmobile Boots
This pair of boots is one of the better-looking ones on our list, with its Velcro and buckle claspings which paint a very pleasing color scheme with a gray and black theme. The runner soles are sturdy, comfortable to wear and the grooving on the bottom is such, that you get an excellent grip on the snow and don’t slip and fall. Furthermore, you will find these boots to be quite versatile in the sense that they can also be considered a comfy wear as regular snow boots.
7HJC Extreme Leather Snowmobile Boots
When it comes to making tough and sturdy boots which can hold their own in the most inclement of conditions, there are very few boots out there which can match up to this one from HJC. The boot looks very tough at first glance, and it totally lives up to that impression. They are just as warm as some of the other boots on the market today, but if durability is what you’re looking for, then this is definitely the pick of choice for you.
6Klim GTX Adrenaline Snowmobile Boots
This one from Kilm is another worthy contender in the niche of winter boots. The reason this pair of boots is a lot more comfortable than its competitors is because of the innovative Gore-Tex technology used in them, which provides superior insulation from the cold and snow. The soles of your feet are going to feel a lot better too, because of the thick, sturdy soles.
5FXR Racing X-Cross Snowmobile Boots
This set of winter boots from FXR has everything you would want in a standard winter boot. They are long and cover a good part of one’s leg, keeping it warm and comfortable on top of being quite flexible. It features synthetic rubber soles which insulate your feet from the cold and the rubber is durable too, which ensures you don’t cut the sole on invisible twigs and other sharp objects under the snow.
4Baffin Selkirk Snow Boot
The first thing you notice about these boots is the trendy, modern look and color scheme but that’s just one of their selling points. The boots have adjustable straps for optimum comfort levels. The heels are immensely tough and can tackle the worst of climatic and road conditions. Baffin has a reputation for delivering top-notch products, and this pair certainly does justice to that reputation.
3O’Neal Rider Boots
This boot lives up to its name and can tackle Tundra-level temperatures with absolute ease. This one also gives you the liberty of choosing your level of insulation as the layers are removable. When it is fully padded, it should keep your feet warm and snug regardless of how bitter the cold is outside. If you’re looking for a boot which can handle the lowest of temperatures, look no further than this particular pair.
2Baffin Wolf Winter Boot
Baffin features on our list once again with another high-quality winter boot. This one is made of nylon, and the soles are made of a very sturdy rubber. The heavy-duty construction ensures that the boots will last you a good number of years and the nylon padding provides you with a very high insulation rating. If you put your faith in these shoes, you can be assured that your feet will stay warm, dry and comfy for years to come.
1Kamik Men’s Greenbay Cold Weather Boot
This set of boots has been around a long time and it enjoys exceptionally high ratings when it comes to winter boots. The reasons are quite evident as soon as you wear them. The boots are padded heavily and provide excellent insulation from the snow and are also waterproof to an impressive standard. Not only that but they’re also quite versatile as far as their construction goes, allowing you to use them as regular snow boots if needed.