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Types of Boots

These are the different types of boots for women and men:

Chelsea Boots

Chelsea boots, alternatively known as Dealer boots in the United Kingdom, are close-fitting, ankle-high boots with an elastic side panel. The main reason why everyone should own a pair of Chelsea boots is their versatility. You can wear them with everything from skinny jeans to a tailored 3-piece suit. Their good looks make them one of the best dress boots for both men and women. They are considered so versatile because of their clean and elegant design.

Hiking Boots

The main reason why you need shoes is to protect your feet from rocks and debris on the trail. Hiking footwear has a better grip, keeps your feet dry, and allows you to move easily on the trail.

Riding Boots

Riding boots give equestrians a polished appearance, but the primary purpose of any riding boot is to aid in-saddle performance. Men’s riding boots, women’s riding boots, and children’s riding boots come in two main types: paddock boots and tall boots.

Wedge Boots

Wedge boots, wedgies, or lifties are shoes and boots with a sole in the form of a wedge, such that one piece of material, normally rubber, serves as both the sole and the heel. Though not the best in fashion, wedge boots can go with jeans or leggings for a casual look, or with elegant boot-legged slacks for the office. You can also pair your wedge boots with a sundress or a romper for a casual look, or a long skirt or jumpsuit for a slightly dressier event.

Chukka Boots

Chukka boots pair great with dark denim/chinos + a button-down, polo, or sweater. Stylish yet comfortable, swapping sneakers for chukkas is an easy way to elevate all your casual looks. Chukka boots remain suitable as you rise a little higher to business casual since you can wear them with khakis and a sport coat or blazer.

Cowboy Boots

Cowboy boot styles have evolved since Western boots first became popular with American cowboys almost 200 years ago. Despite changing fads, the two most popular Western boot styles remain the classic men’s cowboy boot and the roper boot, a work boot with a lower shaft and heel.

Wellington Boots

Usually called rubber boots, but sometimes galoshes, mud bootsrain boots, mucking boots, billy boots, or gum-boots, are popular in Canada and the United States, particularly in springtime when melting snows leave wet and muddy ground.

Rain Boots
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Cuban Heel Boots

A relatively low-style of high heel shoes, characterised by a slightly tapered back and a straight front. A type of heel used for men’s boots similar to the heel on cowboy boots.

Cuban Heal Boots
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Go-go Boots

Go-go boots are a low-heeled style of women’s fashion boot first introduced in the mid-1960s.

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Fringe Boots

Fringe Boots
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Engineer Boots

Engineer boots, also called engineer’s boots, are a pull-on boot style that’s pretty much only common among motorcyclists, though they are hardly the only kind that motorcycle riders wear. These types of boots were initially an American type of traditional leather work-boots. However, their lace-less, rugged construction made them popular among motorcycle riders.

Ugg Boots

Ugg boots are a unisex style of sheepskin boot originating in Australia. The boots are typically made of twin-faced sheepskin with fleece on the inside, a tanned outer surface, and a synthetic sole.

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Jodhpur Boots

Jodhpur boots are short riding boots that fasten with a buckle at the side. They usually have rounded toes and low heels. Jodhpur boots originated in India in the 1920s and were first worn by local polo riders. The wearing of Jodhpurs soon became a trend in the Western world.

Jodhpur Boots

High-Heel Boots

Winter Boots

Snowboots/Winter Boots are used by people to easily walk in snowy or wet situations, and by children playing in snowy, relatively wet, or muddy lawns, fields, etc. They are also usable for walking in streams in winter, as they are well-insulated, while still waterproof.

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