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With temperatures steadily decreasing, if you haven’t already invested in weather-appropriate gear such as jackets, hoodies, and essential layering pieces, they should at least be front of mind on your shopping list. That said, many forget about one of the most important elements of winter-proofing your outfit — your sneakers. And while canvas low-tops may go with every ’fit, your toes won’t be thanking you when temperatures go sub-zero.

In light of this, we’ve deep-dived the web to bring you a selection of 13 failsafe winter sneakers that bost on-trend styles while also protecting your feet from the cold weather to come.

Departing from canvas and mesh summer styles, our picks include essential winter kicks such as a weatherized The North Face x Vans Sk8-Hi that’s designed to retain heat, and Nike’s Air Footscape Mid Utility DM, a more weatherproof version of the original Footscape that boasts an internal nylon boot for extra weather resistance.

So, without further ado, browse the rest of our picks below and click through to shop these hyper-insulated rotation additions

Slip Resistant 626v2

New Balance

$84

Air Footscape Mid Utility DM

Nike

$165

S/Lab XT-6 Softground ADV

Salomon

$0

Poseidon Midnight Dancer

Our Legacy

$443

Rafael

Our Legacy

$390

Trailfox Sneaker

Puma

$171

Terrex Swift R2 GTX

adidas Outdoor

$68

Sk8 Hi 46 MTEDX

The North Face x Vans

$100

Snowcross ADV LTD

Salomon

$265

990v4 Made in US

New Balance

$184

GEL-LYTE MT GTX

ASICS

$150

Marathon Trail Low

Spalwart

$299

Ruckle Ridge

Nike ACG

$149

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Words by Adam Mark
Weekend Editor

Adam is Highsnobiety’s Weekend Editor and splits his time between overseeing all weekend content and studying Economic and Social Communication at Berlin’s University of the Arts.

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