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Womens Boot: Price, Quality, Style, Brand Name, and Color

Brand loyalty is something that’s as important in choosing a womens boot as it is in choosing either a Chevy or Ford.


Womens Boot

by Joel Jacobson

There are limitless choices for womens boot

If you’re a woman looking for a womens boot, or a man buying a boot for your woman, there are endless possibilities and tons of choices.

The first decision you probably need to make when buying a womens boot is the price. Price will considerably narrow down the choices that you have to make. Once you have established how much money you want to spend, then you need to choose a style that you would like. Are you looking for a casual boot, dress boot, outdoor boot, winter boot, work boot, cowboy boot, or a boot that offers a couple of these types of boots all in one boot? Color is another factor that comes into play when purchasing a womens boot. Will the color you want be offered in the type of boot you are looking for?

Brand loyalty is something that’s important in choosing a womens boot as it is in choosing either a Chevy or Ford. There are many people out there that have bought boots and weren’t happy with the product. Chances are extremely high that when that person goes to buy her next pair of boots they will not buy again from the same manufacturer. There are too many choices out there.

From $50 to $500 dollars is about the range you can pay for a pair of womens boots. For a mere $499, you can buy a pair of women’s Prada calfskin boots. In the $300-$400 range you can get YSL, Vasque, or lower end Prada. Between $100 and $200 is probably the greatest selection of boots to choose from. There’s Ugg, Merrell, Born Après, Doc Martens, Columbia, and on and on.

Caring for womens boots is essential, especially if you are going to pay upwards of $500 for them. If your boots are leather, then Neat’s-foot oil is something you may want to consider. Neat’s-foot oil helps repel water and protects against stiffening of repeated wetting and drying.

If your womens boot is suede, then use cold water to hand wash the outside of the boots because hot water can damage then. Of course, you NEVER want to put them in the washing machine and never dry them in the dryer. You may want to stuff the inside of the boot with paper towels and let then dry naturally. The paper towels will help the boots keep their shape.

When you’re picking out your next womens boot, you should take into consideration all different factors when making your next choice. Price, quality, style, brand name, and color should all be considered before you buy your next set of boots.

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