Shopping & Style

Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities

November 6, 2010 5:13 PM

View Comments


Keep you and your family’s feet warm, stylish or flat on the snow at these footwear retailers throughout the Twin Cities.

baystreet Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities


Baystreet Shoes

3001 Hennepin Avenue #B104
Minneapolis, MN 55408
(612) 824-5574

When you are ready for hipster winter footwear options, shop this Calhoun Square standard. From practical boots with furry insides to more stylish boots that will keep men and women on their feet in deep snow, this locally owned boutique has a lot to offer.

columbia Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities



Multiple locations, check their website

Practical and functional footwear is always good for outdoor enthusiasts and harsh winter weather. Find footwear with the catchy Buga-this and Buga-that for the whole family from this definitive sporting brand at two Twin Cities locations, located in Uptown and Bloomington.

dsw Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities



Multiple locations, check their website

If you insist on finding shoe heaven at affordable prices, this is the place. With an emphasis on style, DSW has an incredible selection of boots in every size, color and shape for men and women. Shop seven Twin Cities locations for a dreamy selection.

nordstrom Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities



Mall of America
Bloomington, MN

From Ugg to Aquatalia, this department store at the Mall of America carries a quality range of winter boot prices and styles. In addition to the stylish selection, the customer service is consistently top tier and white glove from professionally dressed employees.

northface Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities


North Face

3008 Hennepin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55408
(612) 821-1910

Shop for winter boots at the brand epitome of outdoor winter activity wear in St. Paul or Uptown. With signature styles for every day or sports, find footwear for everyone stamped with the brand that equates with quality, functionality and genuine protection.

rei Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities



Multiple locations, check their website

If you specialize in outdoor winter activities or want to look like you do, stock up on winter boots for you and your family here. With functional and durable brands, visit one of the Twin Cities three locations and come prepared to invest in footwear that will not leave you out in the cold.

schulershoes Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities


Schuler Shoes

Multiple locations, check their website

Shop this locally owned store, conveniently located at seven locations around the Twin Cities. In business for over 120 years, it has a complete selection of winter footwear for the family with an emphasis on service and comfortable options.

target Best Places To Shop For Winter Boots In The Twin Cities



Multiple locations, check their website

When style comes with a value price, it is nearly impossible to pass up. Find boots based off the designer brands as well as classic styles for the family at all of Target’s Twin Cities locations.

-Sasha Westin is a local image consultant specializing in helping people learn how to dress in their best colors and styles. She shares client makeovers, style basics and outfit ideas on the Fabuliss blog, hosts an open discussion called #stylechat Sunday nights on Twitter and is passionate about helping everyone have success with style.

View Comments
  • emmers

    Why do your “Best of Mnnesota” features only show Twin Cities stores? There more to Minnesota then just the Metro…

    • Pate

      Yep,like Land’s End or Duluth Trading.

  • Joe

    This is true but the best stores are in the cities.

  • Paul

    I must be dirt poor. Every time I see articles like this you say that $200-$300 is a steal for a pair of boots. This isn’t a bargain. Look for stories on value too. I have 5 kids and can’t afford $1500 for an outfit like you all. Wow. Where do you get that kind of money. Do a story for us real people.

    • Royce Irvin


    • Trevor

      doubly agreed. Makes me almost as ill as the foolish Oprah episodes regarding fashion for a bargain where she says $200 for a shirt or pants is a bargain. That woman is useless. This world is totally goofy.

    • Del

      totally agreed, I have no idea what reality the media is living in

    • Pate

      Land’s End is less pricey.

  • Del

    i hear theres a new prada store opening soon, we should go there next for the bargains

  • justsayin

    actually kids boots at REI are around 50 to 60 and adults the most you would spend for a pair rated to 40 below it around 140 so really not that bad

  • Scrimping small business owner

    Glad that 140 is “not that bad” for some. Hopefully, one day I’ll be in that group. For many (I believe MOST) of us, 30-40 is the “doable” range for non-income generating footwear – child or adult.

  • Alternate Options

    Go to a Red Wing Shoe store. Cheaper options with superior quality/build. How they are left off the list while being a Minnesota company is rather confusing.

  • Tammy Monroe

    One good thing that’s still going on (Sunday, December 12 at 6:00PM) is the annual “Home for the Holidays: A Minnesota Christmas” concert at the Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis – the show is a charity concert featuring GB Leighton, Tim Mahoney, Phil Thompson, Robert Robinson, Mick Sterling – 10 great artists in total. There are still some tickets available for only $31 – we should all support this great effort and make an awesome Christmas story happen!

  • Rita Sue

    I’m visiting some folks up here and I’m coming from Tennessee. I don’t have any kind of boots and I’m looking to buy some tomorrow. I’m in Woodbury (And would like to shop within if possible cause this snow is ridiculous!) I’m looking for a larger (Size 12) women’s boot. Preferrably a higher boot that’s really really warm. I’m going hunting, ice fishing, sledding and if possible to be slightly pleasing to the eye. What’s the best place? Thanks Y’all!

  • Pate

    Rita Sue,skip Target,and head to a serious outdoor store that will sell reliable boots that will keep your feet warm.I laugh at the women trotting in Uggs and high-heeled ‘boots’ ; that just won’t cut it! Also,Yak Trax are great in slippery conditions,and if you’re going ice fishing,’nuff said!

  • dustn

    Where is the fleet farm link??

  • Kieron

    Where’s Nokomis Shoes?

  • bilige reisen

    Wonderful web site. Lots of helpful info here. I’m sending it to a few pals ans additionally sharing in delicious. And obviously, thank you in your sweat!

  • ventajas de los cristales progresivos

    Heya i am for the primary time here. I found this board and I to find It really helpful & it helped me out a lot. I’m hoping to present one thing back and help others like you aided me.

blog comments powered by Disqus
Thursday Night Football

Listen Live