Fall is here and it’s time to dust off your boots and light jackets. If you're looking for a new pair of boots this season, we’ve got you covered. Below are some of our top pics.
DailyShoes Women's Military Ankle Lace Up
These boots aren’t made from real leather, but they have a pretty high rating on Amazon—83 percent of reviews are four stars or higher. What makes these boots perfect for travel isn’t just their ruggedness, but their secret pocket. The pocket is barely noticeable and great for stowing away a few cards or extra cash while traveling.
UGG Australia Women's Kesey Motorcycle Boot
These aren't your usual UGGs; this pair is rugged and made of durable cow leather. They're great for travel and even have a waterproof, full-grain leather upper. The boots are a bit pricey, but they have great reviews. Many say they're pretty comfortable and have great traction for walking—something you’ll need on a rainy day.
Rockport Men's Elkhart Snow Boot
Depending on where and when you travel, you might come into contact with a bit of snow. These Rockport men’s boots will have you covered. They're light and have a Hydro-Shield Waterproof construction that repels water. These boots are also durable, so they'll last multiple seasons.
Rockport Men's Walk360 Walking Mid Boot
These boots are perfect for walking. The boots offer 360 degrees of breathability and are fitted for ultimate comfort. They also have Climate Control, which offers ventilation that allows excess heat and moisture to escape.
Men’s Madson Hiker Waterproof Boot
Remember the last time you were caught in the rain with soaked socks? With these boots from Sorel, that'll never happen. These are on the pricier side, but with Sorel you know you’re covered. The boots have a full-grain leather upper, with seam-sealed waterproof construction. You can purchase them from Sorel, but based on your size they may be cheaper on Amazon.
L.L. Bean Boots for Men & Women
Maybe we're a bit biased being from New England, but these are the ultimate fall and winter boots. The boots are naturally waterproof, but can wear down from snow and rain. However, most people tend to wear them for years before getting them replaced. If you decide to get a pair, make sure to check this out for cleaning tips.