p1ng74 Posted September 20, 2018 Share Posted September 20, 2018 In the northern hemisphere people are starting to talk about "boot season" as temperatures are dropping towards autumn and winter. I am curious how this affects choices of footwear in the high heel community, if at all. I personally cannot relate to "boot season" because I wear boots all year. Some people thought I was crazy for wearing 16" shafts while standing out in 100 degrees F under the sun, but I still find leather boots way more comfortable than plastic sneakers and I will not run around a field in open toe shoes. I enjoy the lift of my 2 1/4" riding heels, which is how I became interested in high heels. It a fashion no-no to wear tall boots in the summer? Or does it just come down to being too hot? Surely ankle boots are all season? Women seem to wear cowboy boots all year, and pair them with shorts or skirts. I suppose for those in colder climates where it gets wet and snowy, boots will keep your feet warm and dry compared to pumps. Do boots offer more ankle support for walking in high heels? 2 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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