Okay so let’s start by knowing what exactly the two terms out here means. On one side we have the cold boots and on the other side, we have warm boots. These two terms are just the synonyms for Insulated boots and non-insulated boots.
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Cold boots are also known as non-insulated boots
Let me explain it to you what is a cold boot or a non-insulated boot.
Cold boots are those boots which do not have any type of insulation in them. These are the type of boots you use when you live in a hot region or a warm region where temperature spikes to a whole lot of different levels.
These are basically the areas hit by the summer season and hot weather most of the time in the year. If you are the one who resides in this of place, you should know one thing for sure – having a perfect pair of cold boots is a must for you whether you are a man or women, it doesn’t matter.
Let me tell you why?
Cold boots are the one which helps to keep your feet cool in the hot sun. Not only it allows the air to flow freely inside the boot but also helps you to maintain a healthy foot hygiene.
This is because it prevents sweating inside the feet and let you worry less about stinking feet and bad odor. They also protect your feet from the heat waves of the sun and let you stay safe. It prevents sunburn and severe tanning of the feet also.
Warm boots are also called as insulated boots
On the other hand, we have the other type of boots known as warm boots or insulated boots. These are the type of boots used by people who live in the chilling cold areas where winter is the prominent weather.
In those kinds of chilling cold conditions, it becomes necessary to keep your feet warm all the time.
Let’s understand the basics at play.
When you stay in a cold region you are more likely to catch severe cold or fever, or any other health-related issues. This is because most of the cold enter into our body through our feet. Hence it is of utmost importance to provide them with the required warmth all the time. In that case, warm boots or insulated boots comes to the rescue.
Insulated boots also known as warm boots consists of a lot of insulation inside the boots. To provide this insulation, various types of high quality insulated material layers are incorporated inside the boots which prevent your body to get in touch with the cold weather. Hence you stay safe and healthy and it should be a priority always.
Now let me tell you why a cold boot is faster than a warm boot.
The query here basically means that you are able to walk faster than a cold or non-insulated boot as compared to an insulated boot. This is because cold boots are lighter in weight as compared to a warm boot. This is because of some critical factors –
- First of all warm boots are made up of layers of insulating materials which make the boots heavy in weight. Due to this heaviness, you cannot walk much faster as you would normally walk with a lighter boot.
- Secondly, cold boots are made up of lightweight materials that allows sufficient amount of air to flow within them. This helps to maintain the foot hygiene. Due to the overall lightweight structure of the boots, they are convenient if you want to walk faster.
- Thirdly, Warm boots have a heavy sole as compared to a cold boot.
So overall, the combined factor involved here is the weight of the boots which makes them convenient to use or inconvenient for the same purpose.
Cold boots are far more lightweight and hence allows you to move anywhere easily. You don’t feel like you are carrying a burden with yourself.
Hence you can move considerably faster. On the other hand, warm boots are insulated with many materials which makes their overall weight quite a bit heavy for normal use. It would be difficult to walk around faster if you are using them for everyday indoor and outdoor purposes.
There is another important factor which makes cold boots faster for walking and running as compared to warm boots.
It’s the build quality
The build quality of the boots is equally responsible for making the boots heavy or lightweight. The type of methodologies used in the construction of the boots, which types of adhesives are used, how they have been stitched together – all these factors contribute equally in determining the weight of the boots that you wear.
Hope that was clear to you.