Snowboot : A water-resistant type of footwear with extra insulation or lining.
A snow boot is a type of boot, generally waterproof or water-resistant. The boot, in almost all cases, has a high side, keeping snow from entering the boot, and a rubber sole, to keep water out. Snowboots are used in wet, slushy, muddy, and snowy situations.
What's the difference between a snowboot and a winterboot?
Snow boots are waterproof or water resistant, but winter boots are not.
The two boot types have different uses. The snow boot is used on very wet or snowy conditions, while winter boots are better used on well-maintained roads or paths, or even while shopping.
Snow boots are made of easy-to-clean materials, but winter boots are not. However, this cleanability and waterproofing comes at the cost that snow boots are heavier, less breathable, and more expensive.
Snow boots always extend partway up the leg, unlike hiking boots.
Snow boots are always moderately to heavily insulated, with the insulation under the waterproof/water-resistant layer.