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We've had some lovely snow up in North Yorkshire so we've taken the boots out to see how they preform. We used Point 6 Hiking Tech superior merino wool socks. 

We've looked at sole grip, lace grip, warmth and how long it takes to dry out naturally afterwards.

 

best in snow boot review

Sole Grip 

All boots performed well in terms of snow grip and all slipped on ice! 

Lace Grip

Both the Anatom and Brasher laces stayed firm in the wet snow but the Zamberlan laces tended to give and required re tying twice.

Warmth

The Anatom boots remained warmer during the test and we suspect this was because they retained less moisture. This was also reflected in the drying process.

Drying Out

The Anatom boots dried out the quickest, less than 24 hours, whereas the Zamberlan and Brasher took nearly 2 days 

We where unable to include our Mammut and Hi Tec boots in this review due to lack of snow in their locations!!!

So best in snow for us is the Anatom Q3