Clarks aren't meant for bad weather _at all_. The gum sole gets FUCKED with any moisture/weather conditions. I have no idea why people are suggesting that shit in here, they have no idea what they're talking about.
I wore my DBs one day, when it suddenly started raining. I can't count how many times I slipped.
Lesson: Don't wear anything with crepe/gum soles in shitty weather.
Listen to these two. Most of the people posting Clarks in here either don't know what an actual winter is or are just plain idiots. The ones being posted in the thread are usually thin leathered or made out of suede and have crepe soles, all of which are horrible for winter weather. Clarks are only good for summer, fall and maybe parts of spring when it isn't raining.
When looking for winter boots, you have to ask yourself
Are they waterproof?
Will they keep my feet warm or moderately warm?
Do they have good traction/grip?
Will salt mixed with melted snow fuck up the soles?
Will my socks get wet if I were to step in a puddle or a foot of snow?