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Culturally appropriate winter footware in Strasbourg

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From October-April I'll be an English teaching assistant in Strasbourg, France. From my study abroad in Bordeaux a few summers back, I know the French are very fashion conscious. I never saw sneakers, or any sort of clunky footware. However, Strasbourg will be cold, and I plan on a Black Forest hiking trip and wintry sightseeing in Alsace. Will I be disregarded as a tourist for wearing brown clunky extra-warm LLBean snowboots? What do the Alsatians wear to have warm feet? It can't possibly be those trendy leather flats and loafers I saw in Bordeaux.

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