Fall for boots: The 5 best travel-friendly fall boots

Planning what shoes to pack on your fall trips can always be an obstacle, especially when your go-to travel shoes don’t protect against the crazy changing weather. So here is a list of the warmest, toughest, and easy to pack boots for your fall vacations:


-Best for: Weatherproof Style – You wouldn’t think Hunter Boots would have been known for making high-heels, especially stylish weatherproof high-heels. These booties are super comfortable and great for a quick weekend getaway or a rainy week in the city.


-Best for: Hiking – The 6-eye Ali boot is a great pack for a hiking trip with your friends. With air cushioned soles, and oil and fat resistant these shoes are a must pack for this fall. Take them from the trails to the streets and mix them up anyway you like. They’ll fit right in.


-Best for: Rain – The last thing you want to pack for a vacation is a pair of large rain boots that take up your entire suitcase. Sperry Duck Boots are super easy and stylish to pack and take up little room.


Best for: Full Leg Coverage – This soft and stretchy suede boot will give you a “leg up” on packing. The fold easily in your luggage and won’t wrinkle during transit.


Best for: Water Resistant Classic – Last but not least, you always have to have the water resistant suede boot.


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