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The Most Stylish Women’s Boots for Warm Weather

While sandals and other open-toe shoes undeniably serve their purpose at the beach or on vacation, they aren’t always the best option for all occasions. Boots featuring lightweight construction are simply more pragmatic during a rainstorm or for chilly, air-conditioned days at the office. And if you’re going on a hiking adventure, you probably don’t want your toes exposed. So, to help you find the perfect pair, we did some research and rounded up a few of our favorite warm-weather boots on the market. Each style we chose is made from breathable, quick-drying leather so your feet are less likely to get overheated and sticky, no matter what you’re doing.

1. Frye Wyatt Western Boots

These boots have a distressed leather upper, rounded toes, decorative hardware at the ankle and a stacked heel.

Pros: They come in black, brown and tan. A soft leather lining and footbed provide comfort.

Cons: Some may find the heel cup slightly stiff.

frye wyatt short western boot
CREDIT: Amazon

 

2. Columbia Newton Ridge Plus Hiking Boot

The Columbia hikers feature a breathable mesh textile and leather upper and waterproof seam-sealed construction.

Pros: A lightweight Techlite midsole delivers long-lasting comfort, superior cushioning and high energy return. Omni-Grip non-marking traction rubber outsoles ensure solid footing on many surfaces.

Cons: They may run a tad big.

columbia newton ridge plus hiking boot
Columbia will keep stores closed until April 10.
CREDIT: Amazon

3. Lucky Brand Basel Ankle Bootie

The Basel ankle bootie has a perforated leather upper that allows for optimal ventilation.

Pros: Dual side zippers make them easy to get on and off while padded insoles enhance comfort. These are also available in two colorways.

Cons: These run a bit small.

lucky brand basel ankle bootie
CREDIT: Amazon

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