The Helly Hansen ‘Stockholm’ Boot

With winter in full swing it’s now time to start fazing out your summer attire and start making wise choices in terms of practicality. Sure those Loafers look good, but wearing them in the rain isn’t the best decision.

It’s time to dig out your winter attire and it’s time to invest in pieces which will serve you through this season plus more. At MFM we always stress the importance of investing in quality over quantity and finding a good pair of practical boots for winter may seem a tough ask. So we’ve done the research for you and found a pair which combines function and fashion beautifully making them perfect for this season, and for years to come also.

The Stockholm Boot

Helly Hansen is a brand you’ve probably heard of, and it’s good to see a brand pushing boundaries in terms of what people typically know them for. Creating a boot that’s practical but also looks good is a tough ask but they’ve produced the Stockholm boot, perfect for winter. The boot blends high-performance outdoor tradition, urban style and winter protection to keep you confident in the city but also when exploring.

The Stockholm features all the essentials for repelling weather and keeping firm footing on wet and icy surfaces. The Nubuck upper provides solid weather protection while the Helly Grip™ outsole keeps feet firmly on icy pavement. The Stockholm’s fuzzy interior lining provides ample warmth and the EVA midsole protects feet from the stress of repeated, hard impact. Helly Hansen fully seam sealed the boot to ensure no rain, slush, or melted snow seeps inside.

Whether it’s raining or whether the sun is shining, these boots are a great option to go for. You can wear them when it snows, when it rains, when it’s icy… they’re practical and they’re fashionable.

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It’s always refreshing to see brands pushing the boundaries from what they’re typically known for and this is a great example.

So if you’re looking for a practical yet stylish boot for the winter season then look no further. Click here to find out more.

This post / article was sponsored by Helly Hansen