As the days get darker and the sky turns grey, you’ll need a pair of creps that can keep you looking fly no matter what the weather decides to do. 

We’ve put together the definitive guide to winter sneakerboots, so you don't get caught out in the rain. 

Nike Air Max 95 Sneakerboot 


This iconic Nike silhouette gets updated for the colder months with the Air Max 95 Sneakerboot. Featuring a mid cut, these kicks have a weather-resistant neoprene bootie with a sealable zip closure that runs down the front to keep you dry. 

Made with a premium leather on the upper and mesh overlays, the Air Max 95 Sneakerboot can keep on going.

Timberland 6-inch Premium boot


Timberland has been defending feet with its original 6-inch Premium boot for over40 years, with its high-grade premium leather, inbuilt Primaloft insulation and waterproof seam-sealed construction, they’re guaranteed to keep you dry all day. 

Available in 11 neck-breaking colours, including the original Wheat colourway and some Footasylum exclusives, these boots were built to take a beating.

Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot 


The Nike Lunar Force 1 Duckboot is perfect if you want year-round style. Combining the iconic Air Force 1 High silhouette wtih a water-resistant ‘duckboot’ leather upper, Nike has created a sneak that looks good, rain or shine.  

Decorated with miniature star detailing across the toebox and front of the outsole, a built-in sleeve and high cut collar keep the cold out and the warm in.

Nike Max 90 Mid Winter trainer 


Made with a tough no-sew one piece upper and max Air cushioning for comfort, the Max 90 Mid Winter trainer has a rain-repelling ripstop nylon overcoat that’s been fused with the shoe’s overlays.

The inner neoprene bootie creates a snug fit for maximum warmth.

Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Hi 'Counter Climate' trainer 


Whatever the weather, the Converse All Star Hi Counter Climate trainer has got you covered.

The Chuck Talor II has been infused with 'counter climate' technology, making these sneakers bullet proof when it comes to bad weather. 

A durable and weather-repellent shield on the canvas upper (weighing just 510g) works with the Chuck Taylor II's existing features to defend your feet in style.