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Jan 10, 2007
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The Best Low-Heeled Boots

You're sure to stay stylishly grounded in any of the following boots.

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Twenty Two, $450

Solid construction makes this selection stand up for the long haul. The distressed olive leather is “unusual but still versatile,†commented one tester. Available in two colors.

To Buy: 415-409-2277.

Geox, $280

This riding boot boasts a breathable sole, soft leather, “sophisticated†gold-tone details, and exceptional value for the money. Available in two colors.

To Buy: 212-319-3310.

Taryn Rose, $715

“Worth every penny,†said a staffer of this metallic-flecked suede boot. Designed by a former orthopedic surgeon, it’s stylish and sensible, with antishock cushioning that can decrease joint aches. Available in two colors.

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Delman, $395

This refined suede boot “flatters the foot with its streamlined design,†said a judge. Rubber-capped soles make them easy to stroll in. Available in three colors.

To Buy: Bergdorf Goodman, 800-558-1855 for locations.

The Best Medium-Heeled Boots

At 3 to 3 1/4 inches, these heels add just the right amount of height without subtracting a bit of comfort.

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Claudia Ciuti, $506

A staple gets a twist with lush dark green suede. The wedge heel relieves pressure on the ball of the foot, while the grooved rubber sole supplies traction. Six colors, available by special order.

To Buy: 212-535-3025.

Gianni Bini, $89

Practically a steal, this leather boot has a slender heel that “effortlessly dresses up an outfit,†noted a staffer. The pointed toe is fashionably sharp but doesn’t pinch. Available in four colors.

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Loeffler Randall, $685

You’ll fall in love with this leather boot’s flawless design, but its comfort is what will keep you happy. The cone heel provides extra support; the full calf, extra style. Available in three colors.

To Buy: Nordstrom, 888-282-6060 for locations.

Aerosoles, $160

“Perfect to tuck your jeans into,†said one tester of this brown-suede buckled beauty. And with the reasonable price, you can’t go wrong. Available in three colors.

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The Best High-Heeled Boots

Elevate your look in more ways than one in these picks with heels of 3 1/2 to 4 1/2 inches.

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Coach, $498

Roam the full range of outfits, from work to weekend, in this modern take on the classic cowboy boot. The solid wooden sole can endure a good pounding, and one staffer loved the “perfectly snug†fit. In brown only.

To Buy: 866-262-2440 for locations.

Cole Haan, $550

The boost of cushioning, courtesy of the heel’s Nike Air technology, won plenty of praise. “I could wear them from day into night without worrying about aches or blisters,†one staffer said. In black only.

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Brooks Brothers, $448

Smooth, luxurious calfskin leather and a slim wooden heel add up to “timeless style,†in one tester’s words. In brown only.

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Fioni, $35

Given its faux suede and man-made sole, this bootie isn’t really built to last, but you get plenty of style for the low price. A tester liked that it’s “a great match with tights or slim pants.†Available in two colors.

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Mar 3, 2007
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oooh I like the brown ones in the first pic with the buckle. funky.

Sep 20, 2007
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I dont like low heel boots, anything from mid to high heel for me.


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