Which Snow Boots Heated Up at Sundance?
Ask any veteran Sundancer what their fashion must-have is and they’ll echo Kyra Sedgwick, “Warm boots, for sure.” But not just any old boots — there were a few clear footwear faves at this year’s festival, and it’s a sure bet that we’l be seeing these again next winter. Think of this as your 2007 hot boot preview.
–Rubber Duck Snowjogger: Already loved by Jessica Alba and Hilary Duff, these water-resistant slip-on boots were actually designed for running in the snow. But, it looks like festival-goers Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Cheryl Hines and Tara Reid used them more for slowly strolling down Main Street. Get them at rubberduckbrand.com, $80.
–Earth Shoes: “Oh my god, these shoes are cute AND they tone my butt? I am totally going to wear them underneath my scrubs,” said Katherine Heigl as she scooped up her white Orbit boots, $108. The good doc was referring to the “Negative Heel Technology” which positions the heel slightly below the toe, leading to better stability and calorie burning potential — part of what made these 70’s era staples. Teri Hatcher and Justin Timberlake scooped up pairs that you too can get at earth.us.
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–Timberland Davit Boot: Something just for the boys — Kevin Bacon, Christian Slater, Scott Speedman, William Baldwin, Paul Dano and more snagged the rugged boots to brave the snow in style. More important, Timberland is planting a tree for everyone who came through their suite at The Luxury Lounge (to offset the carbon produced when making the boots). Get a pair at nordstrom.com, $130.
–UGG Adirondacks: As if UGGS wouldn’t be big at Sundance, this outdoorsy style is more suited for trekking through the snowy terrains of Utah than the typical pastel styles. Anna Faris enthused to PEOPLE about them, “They’re amazing. I love them. They’re so warm, so durable.” Join Gwyneth Paltrow and Mandy Moore by getting your own at zappos.com, $250.