I wear these. You can get something comparable from LaLa Bean for less money. I like to have good lateral support when I snowshoe (in addition to waterproofed warmth), but I go out in the woods in several feet of snow; you may not need as much shoe.
Does anyone go snowshoeing? I've been investigating appropriate footwear, and it seems most people wear running shoes or hiking shoes when they go snowshoeing. But I won't last long with non-insulated footwear--can't one wear winter boots?
Perfect! I have a similarly-designed pair of waterproof and insulated Columbia boots that should do me just fine. Why does most of the online literature say to wear running shoes or non-insulated hiking boots with many layers of socks? It's winter for god's sake! Wearing running shoes with layers of socks in my teenage-hood is why I am forced to wear ugly bulky insulated boots as an adult!
I'm planning to become a member of a nature place that offers free snowshoe and nordic pole rentals. It will be my exercise this winter, since I still can't do yoga. Hopefully secondary Raynaud's won't put a damper on my plans.