Boots

You’re an athlete, so you live a life of game-day shoes, trainers, and slides, but when fall comes and the air begins to cool, you get a chance to break out a more stylish option. Modern boots have nailed fashion and functionality, and these are the five sleekest looks of the season.

 

G.I. Jane

The war between summer and winter is raging. The perfect way to combat the chill is to grab your favorite boots, head into battle and defend your style. Our favorite so far? The Sorel Major Carly, combining a tough-as-nails look, with feminine charm.
$149.99 at eastbay.com

Sorel Major Carly


Urban Walkers

Sometimes you want to look fly in the city in something other than a heel. A 6” Timberland Bramhall keeps you comfortable but also helps you build your street cred. Stylish patterns in tweed and wool, paired with rugged material, and a sturdy heel, is perfect for exploring your urban jungle.
$159.99 at eastbay.com

Timberland Bramhall


Cute Coverage

Sometimes only a tall boot can give you the coverage you need on those chilly days. UGG Everglaydes do a great job of making your legs look longer and adding a classic touch to any outfit. These suede boots adorned with leather straps and metal details have taken fall fashion to a whole new level.
$219.99 at eastbay.com

UGG Everglayde


Everyday Style

An ankle boot is every girl’s wardrobe staple. Perfect for dressing up or down, Teva Delavina Ankle Boots are not only incredibly stylish, but fully functional. With a rubber outsole for traction and a waterproof leather upper, these never let a little rain slow you down.
$119.99 at eastbay.com

Teva Delavina Ankle


In-Between Queen

When you don’t want to wear an ankle boot and don’t want the full coverage of a tall boot, go for a mid-length stunner. No matter what’s on your agenda for the day, the Timberland Savin Hill is sure to provide all-day comfort without compromising your everyday style. Pair them effortlessly with leggings and an oversized sweater or jeans and a scarf.
$179.99 at eastbay.com

Timberland Savin Hill