Our Editors Weigh In: The Best Boot Brands on the Market

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Regardless of the season, boots will always have a place in our wardrobes. Whether it’s an everyday ankle boot or a statement-making knee-high option, these shoes have a way of carrying an undeniable level of versatility for any occasion—all while adding a cool touch to our ensembles.

We simply can’t stop wearing quality boots. However, there are some boot brands that we, as fashion aficionados, will always turn to, whether it’s due to the way they fit or their overall comfort. To give you an idea of the best boot brands on the market, we’re sharing our go-to choices with you.

Tried and true, these are the brands our editors can’t get enough of, and you’ll quickly see the ones that have become favorites across the board. Scroll down to check them all out below, and then shop each brand to see firsthand why we love them.


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Paige Hadley ($252)

“Paige makes great boots. I tell everyone how ridiculously comfortable they are.” — Allyson Payer, editor

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Paige Willa Snake Bootie ($350)

“Paige makes what I’m convinced are the world’s most comfortable boots. You only have to slip them on to immediately recognize the difference. I would walk miles in mine.” — Kat Collings, editor in chief

“Right now, Paige is making probably the most comfortable (but still cool) ankle boots out there.” — Nicole Akhtarzad Eshaghpour, market editor


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By Far Becca 50 Snake Print Boots ($509)

“By Far is a newer brand, of course, but I’ve been very impressed with its boot selection from the start. Every style has special, of-the-moment details (like square toes), but they’re subtle enough to not end up looking dated.” — Payer

“Newer brands like By Far and others are designing the best boots in the business.” — Kristin Nichols, managing editor

By Far

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Jacquemus Les Bottes Leon Hautes Two-Tone Leather Boots ($1100)

“Jacquemus is launching some amazing styles for fall (like these two-tone knee-highs) that I can’t wait to get my hands on.” — Nichols

Paris Texas

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Paris Texas Stiletto Knee High Boot ($825)

“There’s a reason every single fashion girl either already owns a pair or is plotting how to get their hands on Paris Texas boots. The materials and shape are what’s new and next in premium Italian footwear.” — Collings


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Ganni Croc-Effect Leather Ankle Boots ($475)

“I love Ganni boots for the comfort and the design. The brand knows how to take a ‘regular’ boot shape and turn it into something special.” — Lauren Eggertsen, editor

Stuart Weitzman

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Stuart Weitzman The Rapture Bootie ($239)

“Stuart Weitzman’s ankle boots will never really go out of style, per se. Its classic pairs will always be something I’ll want in my closet, making them the ideal investment boot brand.” — Anna LaPlaca, assistant editor

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Stuart Weitzman Margot 95 Boots ($299)

“I have to mention Stuart Weitzman. The brand is a household name and with good reason. I only own one pair of boots from the brand, but they are one of the most comfortable pairs I own. Worth the splurge for sure.” — Eggertsen

The Row

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The Row Fara Ribbed Cashmere-Paneled Leather Chelsea Boots ($1390)

“I’ll always be obsessed with The Row’s timeless options.” — Akhtarzad Eshaghpour


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Tibi Grant Two-Tone Leather Ankle Boots ($209)

“Tibi boots are my definition of chic. They are timeless yet still have that forward edge I crave in a shoe.” — Eggertsen

Now, see the shoe styles our editor in chief is adding to her closet.

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