Boots provide the basic comfort and extra protection that our feet need when we are working, relaxing, adventuring, mountaineering, hiking, and backpacking, among other activities. Different types of boots are available in the market, each suited for different purposes and works.
Boots can be divided into work boots, hiking boots, cowboy boots, and many more. Made up of different materials and designs, these boots are made keeping in mind the functions they will perform.
Research shows that there are certain brands which specialize in making different types of boots. Some examples of such brands are: Ariat, Timberland Pro Series, Wolverine, Georgia, Rocky, Blundstone, Caterpillar, Dr. Marten, Magnum, Nautilus, Chippewa, Carolina, Durango, Acme, Double-H, Roper, Justin, Altama, John Deere, Wearguard, Dexter Fargo, Dunham, Rockport Lakota, Danner, Kamik, Cabela, La Crosse, Dan Post, Lucchese, Tony Lama, Abilene, Sage, and others.
Cowboy boots are made of different skins and can be divided into many different types. ‘exotic skin cowboy boots’; ‘handcrafted cowboy boots’; ‘lace-up western boots’; ‘casual boots’; ‘smooth leather cowboy boots’; ‘retro design cowboy boots’; ‘buckaroos’; ‘leather outsole cowboy boots’; ‘barn boots’; ‘pointed-toe boots’; ‘zipper boots’; and many others are some examples of the huge range that is available in the market. Besides the ready-made range, they can also be customized at some companies. Hence, we get options in choosing the color, leather, heel, stitch patterns, and other options.
Work boots can be divided into several types, each suited for a particular kind or type of work. ‘6 inch lacers’, ‘8 inch lacers’, ‘electrical hazard toe’, ‘safety toe hikers and shoes’, ‘slip resistant’, ‘steel toe boots’, ‘water resistant’, wedge sole’, ‘medical’, ‘all-terrain’, ‘mechanic’, ‘soft-toe’, and many more are some examples of the numerous types available in the market.
Hiking boots are usually chosen on the basis of the work strain, and type of place in which we will be hiking. Different types such as light-trail boots, trail hikers for more strain, and many more are all available to suit our needs.
Hiking and Backpacking, Vasque, US Outdoor Store, Boot Barn, Georgia Boot, Wearguard, Danner, Rocky Boots, Online Shoes, The Work Boot, Viberg, L.L.Bean, Schnee’s, Zappos, Walmart, Surplus and Outdoors, Internet Outdoors Limited, Snow + Rock, Altrec.com, and Sheplers are some examples of places where we can find different types, designs, and sizes of good-quality boots.