Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Winter Boot (aka Cold-Weather Boots)

This is perhaps the broadest boot group of boots, with styles from military-issue Kevlar lace-ups to suede and shearling-lined slip-ons. What they have in common? They all fit the foot snugly to help retain heat. Born from the simple need … Continue reading

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The Cowboy Boot (aka Western Boots)

They’re exactly as you imagine: A tall boot shaft at least above the middle of the calf, no laces and a heel of about two inches (known by footwear aficionados as a Cuban heel). Although similar riding boots have been … Continue reading

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