Just like how everyone has their own favorite brands of jeans, every serious boot lover has an opinion on the best brand of boots. Deciding the best boot brands is often determined by how you plan to use them. Ladies may love the plush and comfortable feel of UGG Australia boots, while construction and factory workers will lean towards the rugged work boot brands like Timberland or Red Wing Shoes. However you use them, be it rubber boots for a rainy day or an expensive pair of dress boots from Cole Haan or Lacoste, likely you have a pair of boots around somewhere. So what are the best boot brands?
Though not really much different from regular shoes, boots are often taller and more rugged than tennis shoes. They can be built for use in the winter when snow and ice are factors, reinforced with steel toes for industrial applications or simply crafted from leather or suede to wear to the office. Others will be designed for specific uses, such as hiking boots or military boots.
Regardless of the specific application, most of the best boot brands succeed in their main function, protecting the feet. But which boot brand is the absolute best? Are expensive boots better than cheap boots? Are their good brands of boots that won't break the bank? What are the best work boot brands for a guy on the go?
Make your voice heard and help others pick from the most popular boot brands around. Which pair of boots can you not live without? Which footwear is better than the rest? Tell is by adding your favorite brand or voting for your pick below!
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