Serra Ladies Winter Boots

Last Updated on November 1, 2023

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I’ve tried a variety of footwear from Aldi through the years. Some of it is better than others.

I bought a lovely pair of flats four or five years ago from the discount grocer that I got lots of compliments on, including from people who thought my cheap grocery store shoes were name-brand TOMS. My daughter has also gotten a few pairs of fashion boots and suede boots that have worked well for her.

But then I’ve also bought some shoes from Aldi that didn’t last very long or didn’t fit quite right. I really wanted to like a pair of hiking boots I bought at Aldi back in 2020, but I found other brands that were more comfortable.

Still, when I saw some women’s winter boots in the weekly Aldi ad, they looked so nice I had to give them a try. (Aldi sold these alongside some men’s winter boots as well.)

Serra Ladies Winter Boots

Serra Ladies Winter Boots in Green/Blue.

The Serra Ladies Winter Boots (Product Code: 824240) are an Aldi Find, which means they’re only in stores for a short time. Each store gets one shipment, and after that sells out, they’re gone unless Aldi decides to bring them back at some later time. Aldi does not offer online ordering if a product is not currently in stock at your local store.

The Serra Ladies Winter Boots cost $19.99 at the time of publication.

They were available in two styles: a duck boot in Green/Blue, or a more traditional winter boot in Sand/Black. I bought the green and blue boots because I liked their rugged-looking style. Duck boots have a rubber lower section and an upper section that is made of leather or some other type of water-resistant material. They’re ideal for keeping your feet both dry and warm. At $19.99, these Aldi boots are a lot cheaper than similar duck boots for women on Amazon, where most of them start in the $40s and go up from there.

Serra Ladies Winter Boots

The back of the box. (Click to enlarge.)

Here’s more information about the boots, according to Aldi:

  • Available in sizes 7–10
  • Features 3M Thinsulate lining
  • Lace-up style
  • Durable outsole with grip
  • Sherpa cuff and insole for added warmth
  • Available in Green/Blue or Sand/Black (I bought the Green/Blue boots)
  • Bears the Leather Work Group seal indicating this product supports responsible leather manufacturing

Trying on the Boots:

Serra Ladies Winter Boots

They’re nice-looking and appear sturdy.

I really like the look of these boots. The colors are nice. The sherpa lining peeking out of the tops is appealing. These are just tall enough to make walking in a light snow a lot easier.

Serra Ladies Winter Boots

The soles look like they offer good traction.

They also have a good-looking outsole that looks like it would offer plenty of traction on snow, ice, or wet and rainy surfaces.

Serra Ladies Winter Boots

I normally wear a size 9 in women’s shoes. I tried on both a 9 and an 8 at Aldi. While the 9 was almost too roomy, the 8 was a little too snug, especially if I wanted to leave some room to wear warmer socks with these boots. So I went with the 9. It would have been helpful if half sizes were available.

I initially thought these boots were okay when I tried on just one in the store. They were plenty warm and soft. The bottom where my feet rested felt a little hard and definitely didn’t feel very cushy, but it was okay. I probably could have dealt with that.

Serra Ladies Winter Boots

Once I got these home and put them both on, though, I quickly realized they weren’t going to work for me. They poke into the sides of my feet on the inside edges, right where the rubber section meets the leather section. It’s an entire ridge or seam that runs alongside my inner foot, and it doesn’t feel comfortable walking with. The left boot is worse than the right boot, for some reason. (I only tried on the right boot in the store, so I didn’t know how bad the left boot was.)

So, these will be going back to Aldi. They’re a little on the big side, but I could have lived with that if they felt better. However, these are not as comfortable as I hoped they would be.

The Verdict:

The Serra Ladies Winter Boots are stylish and practical. We tried the duck boot style with a rubber lower portion and a leather upper portion. While we loved the look, we had a bit of trouble with sizing and wish half sizes were offered. We also didn’t find the boots to be as comfortable as we hoped, so we’ll be returning them to Aldi.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at

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