Staying warm in Siberia
Edit: I'm a guy!
So as Canadians I think most of us are not newbies at staying warm in cold climate. However, in February I'm going to Siberia and I'm looking for a winter jacket and winter boots that are appropriate for walking in the city at temperatures of -25C, maybe as low as -35C. I have a skiing outfit that's warm enough but I'd like something that looks alright for walking in the city, with good materials. As for boots, mine have always been fine for quick 20-30 minutes strolls but I've never had proper boots that are warm and comfortable for extended periods of time spent outside. I'd like warm "city boots" that go up above the ankle but that keep warm.
I kinda like the look of these but they're quite expensive and I have no idea if the materials are appropriate for my purposes. My budget is ideally $400-700, and lower is better.
https://www.sportsexperts.ca/en-CA/p-bi ... 2/316022-1
https://www.sportsexperts.ca/en-CA/p-ma ... 6/328166-1
As for boots, I have no idea what I'm looking for. It seems like all the "sports" outlets have trekking/walking boots and I'm not convinced that they'll be good for staying outside. My budget is $150-300.
I would really appreciate suggestions.