Fall Essentials: All Weather Boots – The Highs and Lows

These are some of the most comfortable weather boots that I have ever worn.

Duck boots are unisex classic footwear that everyone can easily wear. Whether you are looking for a perfect shoe boot for rainy weather or need a rugged high lace-up boot for a dreary climate, the duck boots are very durable and long-lasting footwear. What has made these boots and shoes so special is their warmth and comfort.

Nowadays, the footwear industry offers a great selection of duck boots by various manufacturers that come in many different styles, colors, and models. 

The short duck boot reaches only up to the ankle for those who do not prefer a typical boot style and want something that resembles more of the look of a loafer. The high duck boot is a more popular and common choice, mainly because it delivers the look of a classic boot and provides a bit more protection in rain, sleet, slush, and snow.

These two types of boots come in the same color and style and might make your choice a bit difficult. The front of the boot is shiny, doming in dark navy – a perfect color that can be easily styled with various outfits and matching tights. The short duck boot is covered with nice warm fur from the inside, which provides a cozy feeling for your feet.

The high duck boot, on the other hand, looks more like a traditional lace-up hiking boot. It provides better support to the feet, as well as makes it more practical for the rainy weather.

Both styles of boots can be fashioned and worn with leggings and jeans. Whichever the case, both the models will most certainly serve the purpose which they are intended to.

Where to find: These were purchased from Macy’s but you can get them from Amazon as well.

YSW Self-care Note: Just a reminder to take good care of your feet like you take good care of your shoes.  Good foot care can eleviate a lot of health problems in the future.



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