Shovel your driveway, walk around the ski resort, or hit the town this winter. These Chelsea boots have you covered.
Easy to slip on and off, Chelsea boots are both functional and fashionable. With laceless design and durable uppers, these boots are built to handle both winter chores and après, in whatever order you please.
During winter, the Chelsea boot design has one advantage over traditional lace-up boot design: weatherproofing. Without laces, Chelsea boots only permit snow and slush to enter from above the ankle.
And dry feet are happy feet.
5 Stylish Chelsea Boots
Since 1898, Kamik has been making boots in Canada — a land full of snow, rain, and nasty weather. So these boots can likely handle your local snowstorm with ease. These Chelsea boots, in particular, are insulated and waterproof with leather uppers and a moisture-wicking liner.
One of the more hiking-friendly options on this list is the Mountain 600 Chelsea. Built on Danner’s beloved Mountain 600 platform, the Chelseas have full-grain leather uppers and a flexible collar to facilitate easy slipping on and off. An EVA midsole provides comfort and rebound, and Vibram Fuga outsoles with Megagrip provide grip.
From a brand that crafts Alaskan fishing deck boots, Xtratuf certainly has your back with waterproofing. The 6-inch Deck boot option from the brand provides the best of both worlds in terms of looks and function.
LaCrosse first introduced the grange in 1957, and now the brand releases a Chelsea option for 2019. The Grange Chelsea is a rubber boot with slip-resistant outsoles and durable waterproofing the brand claims lasts year after year.
Perhaps the most durable on the list, Muck Boot performs rigorous flex testing on its boots. The Waterproof Chelsea is made with waterproof leather uppers and an oiled patina that will only look better with age.