ADVERTISEMENT Click here to skip. Winter Style Edit: The Heavy Duty Boot Prev Next Prev Next Direct Link to this Image X Tweet Recently In Sharp welcomes the Fall Winter Book For Men in style at the Shangri-La Hotel. Chris Hadfield is wiser than this world; he’s been around it enough times. Our feature Q&A with the coolest (and smartest) Canadian we know. In this episode of The Sharp Magazine Show, Jeremy and Ward talk suits, fine automobiles, and the new issue of the Book for Men. Comments TO Guy FYI – Blundstones are functional useless as winter boots. Sure, they’re waterproof, but the rubber on the soles harden into slippery slabs in the cold, and the boots are unlined and uninsulated. The Monclers are nice, though… TrueBlue but they advertise them as all season-all weather boots.like the harry rosens. http://twitter.com/jad3703 JAD3703 The felt-lined version of the Blundstones a pretty good, although the soles still need some major work. I have a decent pair of Polo RL zipper-winters that look great and are comfortable (warm, water-proof, etc). Also have a pair of Helly Hansen hiker (lined and water-proofed) that are awesome-looking with lined cords, jeans or moleskins. Not sure that I would wear too many of the others offered up here due to salt, slush and cold.