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Women's Lace Up Boots

Women's lace up boots are sturdy items of footwear lacing up at the front, covering the foot and ankle, and occasionally the lower leg. They are typically made out of leather, suede, rubber, textiles or synthetics.

They can come in different styles for different purposes and many different factors must be considered when finding the perfect lace up boot for you. For instance, boots can come with flat soles designed for walking, or have different sized heels to accommodate different looks.

Hiking and outdoor boots

If hiking is your passion, then lace up walking boots are an essential for keeping your feet safe warm and dry during all types of weather. This type of boots have ankle supports and are made with sturdy yet breathable materials. They also have thick soles to ensure comfort on all terrains.

Snow and winter boots are also available as ski holiday essentials or for people from colder climates. They are usually knee height to ensure maximum protection from thick snow. They are produced from thick weather proof materials such as leather, rubber or synthetics and most have non-slip, extra grip soles.

Fashionable lace up boots

Lace up ankle boots usually come in leather or suede and are fashionable items of footwear. Their popularity may be down to the boots' versatility. They can look great with trousers or a skirt and tights and are both professional and stylish.

Classic lace up work boots were originally designed and developed to resist petrol, alkaline chemicals and other dangerous substances in the workplace. They have been adopted and used by various different subcultures throughout history such as Punks, and now many different designs and colours are available to give an aesthetic aspect to these formerly practical items.

Knee high boots are versatile and are renowned for looking good with short or long skirts or dresses as well as with trousers or leggings. Mid-calf boots can look sophisticated with trousers or long skirts.

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