as the topic states.
I'll post some up here shortly when i get the list completed of what I'm eyeing
Eddie Bauer winter Pac boots. Got a pair last year form Ebay for about 30 bucks and they are comparable with Sorel's that cost a lot more. For how often you're going to wear them, used is okay.
I had my eye on a pair of Born boots with fleece lining, but dont' think they are made anymore. I agree with the above poster the Timberland Earthkeeper boot look really nice. Anything from Keen for me as well. I'd like some NoPos, or the Glarus. From Lowa a pair of Trekkers or Borneos would do me nicely.
I usually always just wear shoes but as of lately thats near impossible here.
Been posted, the original Clarks Desert boot in beeswax. Don't keep your feet warm but are good for house to car to school or house-car-store kinda thing.
Airmax 90 Boot. Found on sale a few years ago, barely wear them but when I do they make me happy. Nice and warm but a little too out there for me nowadays.
Random Windrivers. I have this exact pair. They are a solid 5 years+ old now, no dried leather, cracking, broken rivets/eyelettes. Verrrry warm, like makes your feet sweat almost. Not too water resistant. I've just replaced the laces several times and spray them with some Foot locker ****.
Old Sorel Woodbines. Heel is not as grippy as one would imagine but extremely insulated and waterproof considering the weight/build!