Live in Minnesota and my walking routes are nearly all paved and paths are plowed. Hoping to find a shoe/boot that fits & feels like a sneaker but with some insulation and waterproof. This would be worn in 5 to 35 degree days. If the snow is more than two inches deep, I'd be wearing actual insulated winter boots and if it's colder than 5 above, probably my pac boots. I'm looking for a shoe/boot that acts more like a walking shoe/sneaker and not as stiff as an actual winter boot. There's always some snow/slop/crud on the paths so anything offering decent winter traction would be great. Hoping for something lighter weight and less clunky than regular winter boot. Male...68...210 pounds...wear medium weight wool socks and walk 2 to 4 miles daily. Thanks for any suggestions you might have.
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