When Mother Nature nails you with 14 below temps, just walking from the house to the car can result in frozen feet. You gotta keep those dogs warm. The new Shearling line from IPATH has winter-specific linings that can keep your feet warm as you trudge through snow-filled streets or hike through the mountains – without having to compromise style.
Their Shearling model (top right) is a versatile two-in-one sneaker with a faux-shearling liner and an upper that can be folded down when it’s warmer. When the temps dip, you have the option to lace it all the way to the top for some serious warmth and comfort.
Pro skater Kenny Reed’s signature shoe (top left) is the one he wears when ripping it in sub zero temps. It’s a mid-top shoe with an updated faux-shearling liner, as well as an extra-grippy vulcanized rubber sole, padded collar for protection and triple stitched upper for durability.
A better way to get warm and fuzzy this winter.