The Warming House Estes Park
Our Boots 2016-11-19T21:19:40+00:00

The Warming House believes that boots are the most important piece of gear you will purchase and has built a reputation on selling high quality leather boots. The outdoor industry works hard to promote lightweight, junky, sneaker-style  footwear.

Don’t fall for this. A solid, over-the-ankle boot may weigh slightly more, but there is no comparison to the protection it will give your feet, ankles, and joints.

Below are several of our best boots. Boot prices have gone up. The Warming House has taken as many ordering discounts as possible and passed them on to the consumer. We want you in real boots. Fitting is also important. Just because a boot is right for one person doesn’t mean it’s right for another. Feet are different.

When you’re ready for real boots, come and see us. If you have favorite socks or wear an orthotic, bring them.

Make sure you have time – it takes time.

2016 Lowa Boot Prices

Lowa Baffin Pro

Baffin Pro

As far as we’re concerned this German-made, full leather boot is the best boot on the planet. It is slightly taller which makes snugging it around the ankle much easier and more comfortable. There is a rand around the base and toe box for durability and protection. Although this is a heavy-duty boot, it has surprising flexibility across the toe box and seldom has a difficult break-in. We can’t say enough about the mid-sole which protects the feet. This is the boot of choice for the Warming House staff. I have over 2,000 miles on each of my two pair, both of which have been resoled and are ready to go again. My boots are so comfortable that I wear them to church.

Price: $350

Lowa Camino 


The camino non-Gortex from Lowa is a new boot for us this year and we’re so pleased with it. With full-leather outside, leather inside, a PU mid-sole, toecap, and Vibram sole, this boot is a little lighter than the Banff and has proven to break-in easily.

Check out the following review:

Price: $295

Lowa Mauria


The Mauria non-Gortex is somewhat of the women’s equivalent of the Camino. This boot fits a wide variety of feet and has an easy flex. It is full-leather, leather inside, PU mid-sole, and Vibram sole.

Price: $295

Lowa Hudson


Price: $265

Lowa Lady Light


Price: $265

2016 Hanwag Boot Prices

Hanwag Lhasa


Price: $350

Hanwag Tatra and Tatra Bunion


Price: $295

Hanwag Alta and Alta Bunion


Price: $255

2016 Lowa and Hanwag Shoe Prices 

Lowa Renegade Lo

Renegade lo

Price: $195

Lowa Innox Evo

innox lo

Price: $145

Lowa Tiago Lo

tiago lo

Price: $135

Lowa Urbano


Price: $135

2016 Asolo Boot Prices 

Asolo TPS 535


The Asolo TPS 535 is the best value boot in our store and is one of out best sellers. It has a cambrelle synthetic lining which accounts for its lower price-tag. This boot has a full, one-piece leather outer with a good Vibram resolable sole. This boot is lighter than you would expect and fits a wide variety of feet.

Price: $250