Now that winter is coming, its time to upgrade your footwear. One of the biggest shoe statements we’ve seen this season is hiking boots. Not only are they great in the snow and ice, but they are also a perfect fashion staple for cooler weather. Plus, they’re versatile to wear with jeans, khakis, or leggings and come in an array of colors. Head below to find our top picks from top brands for as low as $35.
Timberland is known for their high quality footwear and they’re hiking boots have been very popular this season. One of our favorite styles is the Men’s 1978 Flyroam Hiking Boots for $160. This throwback design is available in three colors. These boots are unique with a TimberDry waterproof exterior to keep you dry as well as an Aerocore energy system for comfort throughout the day. You can easily style them with jeans or khakis for an array of looks.
In case you missed our guide (find it here), sherpa items are a another popular trend this season. So when I saw J.Crew’s Nordic Boots, they really caught my eye. This style is J.Crew’s first winter boot and features cozy faux-shearling lining on the interior and exterior. These also include two sets of laces, in neutral and bright red, the latter to add a pop to your cold-weather outfits. These boots are priced at $188 and rated very well.
A very similar yet much less expensive style is the Express Fur Hiker Boots for $35. Their gingham laces are super stylish.
Danner X Untied By Blue
If there is one pair of hiking boots that are a standout, it’s the Danner X United By Blue Collection. This style is one of the brand’s most iconic hiking boots and feature a 100% waterproof exterior. They also include a wide outsole with ridges for stability and traction. These boots have a hefty price tag of $390 but will be a staple in your wardrobe for years to come.
Finally, find an array of affordable options from Old Navy. The Sherpa-Lined Hiking Boots for men are $50. Their black color is very sleek while their red laces add a fun touch. They also feature a sherpa lining to help keep you warm in cool weather.
Which pair of hiking boots were your favorite? Let me know in the comments below.