The Best Extra Wide Snow Boots for Women – Deep, Wide, Lightweight, Flexible, and Affordable!


Are you looking for a pair of snow boots to fit your extra wide feet? Do you feel like there is a limitation on snow boot styles for women with extra wide feet? I have good news for you! Snow boots for women with extra wide feet do exist, and I will provide you with a selection of the best extra wide snow boots for women that I have fitted before. These boots will fit the shape of your feet even if you have a high instep.

The women’s snow boots I will describe in this article are actually available in extra wide widths (EEEE).

How excited are you?

What Makes the Snow Boots I Recommend Effective for Extra Wide Feet?

1️⃣ Rounder Toe-Boxes: This feature helps prevent your toes from overlapping or rubbing against one another or the side of the boots.


2️⃣ Extra Depth: This feature helps prevent the top part of your feet (instep) from rubbing against the front part of the boots.


3️⃣ Oversized Openings: The snow boots that I recommend open up nice and wide so you can easily slide your feet inside the boots.


Do Snow Boots in Extra Wide Widths Exist?

I have fitted certain styles of snow boots that are very deep which means that your feet will sit deeply inside the boot, come with a round toe-box, and are available in wide and extra wide widths!

I have been contacted by several women and they were asking me if snow boots for wide or extra wide feet actually existed. They have told me that in many cases they had to wear sneakers with warm socks during the winter because they couldn’t find boots that were wide enough for their feet.

Are Snow Boots the Same as Winter Boots?

First off, let’s clarify the difference between snow boots and winter boots. Many people don’t realize that there is a difference between a winter boot and a snow boot. Snow boots and winter boots have different functions and uses in which one is better than the other.

As the name suggests, a snow boot is a boot designed for use in the snow. Moreover, a snow boot is designed to be used in wet conditions as well. By wet, we aren’t talking about a few puddles or an inch of snow, it’s dealing with deep nasty mud or deep piles of wet dirty snow.

A snow boot is designed to provide warmth and protection to the foot in freezing weather. On the other hand, a winter boot is more of a “general use” boot. Like a snow boot, a winter boot will also have good insulation built inside of it to keep the foot warm during cold weather. Most good winter boots will also be waterproof or at least water repellent. But, most winter boots don’t have the ability to keep snow from getting inside the boot between the boot opening and the lower leg.

There is one particular thing I learned from fitting women’s shoes and that I want you to remember this: It doesn’t matter how wide or narrow your feet are, there is always at least one shoe style out there available that will fit that shape of their feet perfectly, and I will help you find it.

Women Fashion Snow Boots

It’s true that women with extra wide feet always have a hard time finding shoes that properly fit. If you wear a pair of snow boots that are too narrow, your toes will rub against the front or side of the boots. This friction will lead to all sorts of foot issues such as blisters, calluses, and corns (this last one being really hard to get rid of).

I always encourage women to do the relevant research before buying a particular shoe style, because it is possible you might not know that a particular shoe style existed.

Features of a Good Snow Boot – Keep Your Feet Dry and Warm!

Besides fitting the shape of your extra wide feet, the snow boots must provide 4 important features:

  • Waterproof. This feature will keep your feet dry.
  • Insulated. This feature will keep your feet warm.
  • Lightweight. This feature will prevent your feet and legs from getting tired.
  • Good traction. This feature will prevent you from slipping and falling.

If you find a snow boot that provides all of these features and that will fit your extra wide feet and a high instep, then you should be good to go!

Stylish Women Snow Boots

I have fitted women with extra wide feet and a high instep in a pair of snow boots and I will share with you the best women’s extra wide snow boot styles. However, before I show you the selection of the best extra wide snow boots, let’s make sure that you know what your foot size is.

How to Order the Correct Boot Size Online

Are you 100% sure of your foot size? Do you know whether you have a high instep or not?

I wrote an article where I describe the simplest, yet most effective way to figure out your exact foot size from home:

How To Measure Your Foot Size – The Most Simple And Effective Way!

Believe me when I tell you that it doesn’t matter how many features a particular shoe style provides, if you don’t wear the correct shoe size, you won’t get any of the benefits that the shoes have to offer.

Snow boots are meant to be worn just for a couple of hours a day (roughly a maximum of 5 hours per day), but even though you will be wearing them for a very short period of time, you must choose the correct type of boots and the correct boot size.

This amount of time is enough to create all sorts of foot issues to your feet such as blisters, calluses, and corns.

I have noticed that women who live in areas where it might, or it might not snow, are hesitant of buying a pair of snow boots. The issue is that if you wait too long in the season to purchase the boots, then that particular boot style that you are looking for might not be available anymore.

My advice to these women is to purchase a snow boot that comes with a removable liner, that way they can wear them for those rainy days even if it doesn’t snow. Disclosure: Keep in mind that we may receive commissions when you click our links and make purchases.

The Best Extra Wide Snow Boots for Women ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Now that you know which are the features a pair of good snow boots must provide, and how to make sure that you are wearing the correct shoe size, please find below a selection of the best extra wide snow boots for women.

What Snow Boots Size Should You Order?

Take a look at the description below each boot to find out what boot size you should order to prevent your longest toe from rubbing against the front part of the boots.

What are the Best Snow Boots for Children with Extra Wide Feet?

Do you happen to have a child who has extra wide feet that needs a pair of snow boots? I wrote an article where I describe the best kids’ extra wide snow boots and you can find it here:

The Best Kids Extra Wide Snow Boots – Do They Exist?

As a reminder, always wear socks with your snow boots since they act as a barrier between your feet and the shoes, preventing infections and the build-up of bacteria inside the shoe. Apart from keeping you warm and comfortable.

Are You Having a Hard Time Finding Shoes for Your Foot Shape?

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Have you found a particular snow boot style for extra wide feet? Please share your thoughts and experiences below so we can all benefit from them!

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  1. I am looking for a short snow boot (Ankle). My feet are normal width, but I have a need for a wide toe box. One foot has hammer toes and the other has had surgery on hammer toes and my toes splay wide (distal deformities).

    • Hello Julie,

      Take a look at the options below. All of the boots below are available in wide widths and provide extra depth, as even though you don’t have wide feet you need the extra space in the front to prevent putting any pressure on your hammer toes. The boots also provide a stable base of support to help keep your feet supported and comfortable.

      Option 1

      Option 2

      Option 3

      Option 4

      Let me know if you have any other questions.

  2. 9 months ago had L foot triple arthrodesis, tendon repair, and Achilles lengthening. High instep; foot still pronates some outward when wearing my Pandere and Orthofeet shoes (only brands that fit properly and allow room for pronation). I can’t find any winter boots that have enough snow tread for our Northeastern winters but that also won’t roll when I put them on. Pandere and Orthofeet don’t have this kind of tread but they do help my ankle to stay more contained. My foot went from 9W to 9EE. Any suggestions?

    • Hello Donna,

      There is one specific snow boot made by Propet that might accommodate your extra wide feet and high instep, as it’s available in 9 extra wide widths. The boot also provides a rubber outsole with herringbone tread. Here is a link to the boot: Propet Lumi

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