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I have been incredibly spoiled by product reviews on the Internet. To be honest, if I am not sure about a project, it is often positive customer reviews that make me press the "place order" button. I was more than happy to read over 100 boot reviews online to find the most convenient brands.
While the comfort of the boot depends primarily on style (a flat pair lined with Sherpa is of course more comfortable than a high-heeled pair with pointed toes), some brands are magically able to make the style they designed so foot-friendly and possibly make it as stylish as possible. In the interest of variety, I've looked through styles from brands that cover all of your needs for casual and elegant footwear. Some of them are old favorites, but some may be new to your radar.
Whatever your shoe needs this season, keep scrolling to find the most comfortable brands that, according to enthusiastic customer reviews, are available for money. (And buy my most popular highly rated pairs from everyone.)
Obvious statement of the year: Uggs are very comfortable. But they also make tons of stylish options that are just as important to Ugg reviewers as the level of comfort. I like the black-brown ankle boots with Sherpa lining.
Everlane boots are so good that almost every pair has hundreds (if not thousands) of ratings and almost five stars. I have tried different Everlane shoe styles myself and can confirm that they are extremely walkable and well made.
Paige boots are already a favorite of Who What Wear editors (including our New York editors who are undoubtedly miles away), and many buyers have also confirmed how comfortable (and chic) they are.
Frye boots have been around for over 150 years. You have no such longevity without the product to secure it. A Nordstrom reviewer said, "Amazing quality and can be worn for hours without discomfort." Reviewers also praise the brand for the fact that it runs true to size.
Given that celebrities (who can afford to be picky) are obsessed with Stuart Weitzman boots, it's no surprise that buyers are too. People are particularly fond of the brand's over-the-knee styles.
Sam Edelman is a great option if you're looking for affordable, stylish boots. They look much more expensive than they are and do not leave bubbles. Win win.
M. Gemi's selection may not be as large as that of the other brands, but that could mean they have even more resources to focus on the 20 pairs they have to do do. An enthusiastic reviewer says: "It fits perfectly and the leather is butter-soft. It felt good immediately."
Dr. Martens is again accepted as an It-Item, but they always feel good (despite the strong platform soles). You are a favorite of NYC girls, which really says a lot.
The boot inspectors from Marc Fisher LTD praise the soft, high-quality materials. A satisfied Nordstrom reviewer commented, "I carried it all day for a conference and then walked the length of the mall and my feet still felt great!"
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