When temperatures start dropping, don’t worry – you won’t have to sacrifice fashion in order to find the right pair of winter shoes. Choose shoes that fit your personal style while providing warmth, support and adequate traction to keep you and your feet comfortable and healthy during colder months. Treat leather and sheepskin boots and shoes with moisture-repellent products to keep your feet dry in the sleet and snow. To reduce your risk of foot injuries in slippery winter conditions, avoid thin or high heels, and choose shoes and boots that support your ankles without restricting your ability to flex your foot.