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    Time to put the flip-flops away and slip into some of the best apres shoes on the market.

    Sam Moulton

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    OluKai Honolulu

    After a long day vise-gripped inside ski boots, your dogs will appreciate the supreme comfiness of the Honolulu's ($180) fine suede footbed and liner. It's not quite as welcoming as your favorite slipper or sandal, but with handsome stitching (please, call it broguing) you can wear it to dinner.

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    Clarks Newby Jump

    The Newby Jump ($135) is the rare casual boot that performs well on the sledding hill, too. Credit the razor-toothed sole, which lends the classic styling a modern kick and provides impressive bite on packed snow.

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    Sperry Top-Sider Color Pop Chukka

    The term boot is loose here. The midcut height of the Color Pop Chukka can fend off a few inches of light snow, and the grooved rubber soles, which provide impressive grip on slick surfaces like boat decks, do surprisingly well on snow and ice.

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    Keen Timmons Chukka

    The sneaker-inspired Timmons ($100) is sophisticated enough for a night out but sporty enough for cross-town jaunts. Up-armor them with Nikwax's sponge-on Nubuck and Suede Proof ($9; nikwax.com) and you won't have to worry about slushy puddles.

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