There’s no reason to stop wearing sneakers in winter. You will have grab some weatherproof sneakers for the colder months ahead. Thankfully, there’s a good selection of winterized kicks out there. Check out Crisp Culture’s list of the Top 10 Sneakers for Winter 2015 below:

1. Visvim FBT Elk

Visvim’s most iconic silhouette is definitely appropriate for Fall/Winter. This is a solid investment piece, as Visvim is well-known for their meticulous attention to detail. The fringe is removable if you don’t like it, and the Vibram® sole will keep you walking in comfort. Premium Finnish Elk Leather completes this masterpiece.

$700 // EndClothing.com

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2. Public School Black Suede Cortland High-Top Sneakers

Public School have created the perfect high-top sneaker for winter. The Cortland fits in well with Public School’s stylish, yet understated aesthetic. The shoe is Made in Portugal using high quality materials, which should help to justify the hefty price tag.

$850 // ssense.com

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3. SAINT LAURENT Black Leather Fringed Sneakers

The Saint Laurent SL/18H Court Classic. A new version of the Court Classic silhouette with some added fringed. Made in Italy with the Saint Laurent logo stamped in gold on the tongue. An elegant sneaker that should go with just about anything.

$900 // ssense.com

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4. PUMA R698 Winter Mid Sneakers

PUMA refines the R698 silhouette for winter. An option for sneakerheads that aren’t looking to break the bank. The PUMA Trinomic Midsole should keep you comfortable this winter.

$95 // Puma.com

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5. PUMA x MCQ Brace Femme Mid

PUMA continues its partnership with Alexander McQueen for the AW15 season. The Brace Femme Mid shines through with its minimalist design and contrasting leather accents. The PUMA x MCQ Brace Femme Mid is a good selection to sport this winter.

$225 // Puma.com

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6. Stone Island x Diemme Marostica Mid

Stone Island and Diemme collaborate on this sneaker/hiking boot hybrid. Diemme are well-respected for creating some of the best hiking footwear on the market. All of their shoes are handmade in Italy with high quality materials. Stone Island adds its unique style to the Marostica Mid. The finished product from these two brands is definitely worth purchasing.

$339 // EndClothing.com

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7. adidas ZX Flux Winter Boots

The ZX Flux gets winterized with the addition of a neoprene sock and trail-inspired outsole. Keep rocking this popular adidas silhouette all winter long. Photo below courtesy of Sneaker Politics.

$110 // adidas.com

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8. adidas CW Zappan II Winter Mid

The CW Zappan II is ready for the cold. This sneaker from adidas’ Outdoor range features Ortholite® insoles, ADIPRENE® foam to absorb impact, and a TRAXION® outsole for grip. Perfect for hiking or walking through the city.

$130 // adidas.com

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9. Nike Footscape Route

The Nike Footscape Route is suitable for all terrains. This sneakerboot is equipped with a faux-fur lining and water-resistant leather upper. The Black/Anthracite colorway is the perfect choice for rugged conditions. Photo below courtesy of KITH.

$140 // Nike.com

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10. Nike Air Max 90 Mid Winter

Put this sneaker in your winter rotation. An all-black version the Air Max 90 silhouette with added winter features. An easy choice if you are looking for an affordable option this winter. Photo below courtesy of Titolo.

$135 // Nike.com

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