In the Event Winter Ever Happens
Today’s New York high of 65 degrees is just one degree short of the record (from 1973), but we have our fingers crossed that the sun and heat will give way to snow at some point this fall or winter (those legwarmers and scarves aren’t going to wear themselves). But the best part about dressing for the cold? Boots. With last year’s unpredictable snowstorms, we want to be ready in the event of rain or snow. After the jump, check out our favorite wood-soled boots for this winter—perfectly light and durable to keep you high and dry.
Clockwise from top left: No. 6 lace-up boots, $395; Joie zip-up peep-toe boots, $187.50; Opening Ceremony clog ankle boots, $459; Rachel Comey suede buckle boots, $449; N.Y.L.A. leather lace-up boots, $139.95; Swedish Hasbeens jodhpur boots, $409.