Global warming’s got the weather a little skitso. But it’s still winter, and as good as the weather feels today, it’ll probably be ugly tomorrow. When the weather turns, make sure you’re prepared with a good pair of boots.
Timberland GT Rally Mixed-Media Boot
Comfort is a major selling point for this retro-styled hiker. Features a leather and mesh upper, OrthoLite® footbeds, and Timberland’s SensorFlex™ technology for ultimate cushioning and shock absorption.
SOREL Madson Chukka Boots
SOREL calls their Madson chukka timeless, they’re not wrong. This boot will pull together almost any look, dressy or casual. Best of all, they’re waterproof, making them functional in the winter months.
Boulder Chukka by Lems
Unlike other chukkas, the Boulder Chukka by Lems packs air-injected rubber outsole under it’s suede upper, leaving it lightweight, and flexible, while maintaining lots of traction.
Quoddy Bowhunter Boot
There are better alternatives if you’re going to slog through snow banks and rain storms, but the handsome classic styling of the Quoddy Bowhunter boot is a great addition to a casual dress code.
Squall Canyon D-Ring Chukka Boots
With premium materials including full-grain leather, OrthoLite® footbeds, Rubber outsoles, MirrorFit™ comfort system, and TimberDry™ waterproofing the Squall Canyon D-Ring Chukka is one of Timberland’s best boots.
Andreas Hiking boot by ROA
This Italian import’s 100% rubber sole will keep you sure footed. The outer portion is a combination of leather, and polyamide, with the collar and tongue wrapped in insulating metallic foil.
POLO Army Boot
It’s hard to argue against the timelessness of Ralph Lauren. The POLO Army boot is no exception. Like it’s cousin, the Ranger boot (or Cookie boot to Lo heads), the durable Army is a call back to early ’90s Ralph Lauren.
UGG® Zetik Waterproof Rain Boot
You know what’s worse than going to work on a rainy Monday morning? Going to work on a rainy Monday morning in wet socks. These duck boots keep the rain out, while adding style to your
Columbia Newton Ridge Plus II
Leather, suede, and mesh upper combined with a lightweight, non-slip rubber outsole to make the Newton Ridge Plus II perfect for trekking through snowy, rainy sidewalks.
6-Inch Construction Tims
Every self-respecting New Yorker’s got a pair of construction Tims in their closet, B. The yellow 6-inch boot is a classic, and has been a mainstay of the urban wardrobe since 1989.
Colonial Plain Toe Boot
The Colonial Plain Toe boot is going to set up back a few pennies, but hear me out. Every guy needs a stylish go-to casual shoe. The Colonial fits the bill, and is super comfortable. There are cheaper alternatives, but if you can afford it, cop these.