Evaluate your normal winter weather. If you tend to have very much ice and icy conditions, then the choice is quite easy; you should go for a studded tires. This tire will give you by far the best grip on ice.
If your weather tends to be more snow and slush, then either studded or a non-studded tires will do well. A non-studded tire performs really well in winter conditions and will give you the necessary traction that you need to maneuver during challenging winter conditions.
Select a high quality tire to enable you to be safer while driving. You don’t want to risk not being safe due to low quality tires. Low quality tires tend to have higher rolling resistance and thus you consume more fuel when driving.