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Booty Call: 5 Must-Have Styles of the Season

by Andrew Villagomez
EDGE Media Network Contributor
Wednesday Nov 28, 2018
Timberland Men's Spruce Mountain Waterproof Boots
Timberland Men's Spruce Mountain Waterproof Boots  (Source:Timberland)

Big storms hit the Midwest last week, reminding us that winter has officially arrived. Whether you're shoveling your car out of the driveway or slushing through the snow on your way to a holiday party, look your best with the latest styles.

Timberland Men's Spruce Mountain Waterproof Boots, $150
Put some style in your step with these Spruce Mountain boots from Timberland and their plaid side panels (which are made from a blend of wool and recycled plastic bottles). Stay dry and warm with the premium full-grain waterproof leather uppers and the 100 percent recycled fleece linings and footbed.


UGG Olivert Boot, $180
A sneaker-hiking boot style for winter, UGG's Olivert Boot will keep you warm anywhere you go as long as it doesn't fall below -4F. Made with a waterproof full-grain leather, it keeps you warm with details such as soft wool lining around the ankles, a layer of fleece inside, and another layer of Thinsulate insulation.


Dr. Marten's 1460 Smooth Boot, $140
The iconic English footwear brand creates beautifully crafted styles with attitude. A classic one to have in your boot collection is the 1460, an original eight-eye boot with grooved sides, yellow stitching, and an air-cushioned sole. Their signature firm leather is smooth, semi-bright appearance.


Brunello Cucinelli Leather Boots, $1,195
From the Italian luxury brand, these boots were inspired by classic hiking shoes. Details include red laces, gunmetal hooks, and D-rings, rubber lug soles, and grey felt heel tabs.


Vionic Kingsley Chelsea Boot, $189.95
Vionic is known for their comfortable and stylish shoes, and their take on the classic Chelsea boot shows it. The ankle-high boot style features a soft suede or leather upper, twin gore panels for comfort, and a removable leather-covered EVA footbed.

Andrew Villagomez is a journalist and photographer covering travel, men's fashion, grooming and other lifestyle topics. His work has appeared in print and online publications including Travel + Leisure, Conde Nast Traveler, Essential Homme, Delta Sky Magazine, Out, Details, Thrillist and more. He is also runs his own style and travel blog, Vee Travels. You can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.



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