Love Combat Boots? Here Are The Ones We Recommend

An essential element to the ’80s uniform, combat boots have been an it-factor to every trendsetter and fashion lover. When Dr. Martens made its way to the streets in the ’90s, this piece became a requirement in any closet. And last year, when these boots made their way into every runway, we knew they were here to stay.

Combat boots are punk rock in its essence, the rebel boot to wear when you want to make a statement. The now infamous Prada combat boot with zip pockets gave us proof of that. And we couldn’t be more excited!

You don’t actually need to be part of a rock band or a modern day superstar to wear this unique style of boots. Every single celebrity and influencer has been seen wearing these and the outfits can be endless. They look great with punk rock clothing or even a cute white dress. So don’t despair, take a look at our selection of the best of the best, and get inspired!

Our Favourite Combat Boots

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Lace-up flat leather ankle boots from Zara
Lace-up flat leather ankle boots from Zara.

If you want cool and elegant boots, these are the ones for you. An ankle boot that doesn’t feel chunky or grungy, can be paired with almost anything.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Buckle leather boots from Mango.
Buckle leather boots from Mango.

These leather boots from Mango are an extremely stylish piece, great to get away from the usual black combats.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Studded combat boots from Calvin Klein Jeans
Studded combat boots from Calvin Klein Jeans.

Get your studs on and around, with these beauties from Calvin Klein.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Leather ankle boots with track sole from Uterqüe.
Leather ankle boots with track sole from Uterqüe.

These are our favourites yet, super sleek boots from Uterqüe.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Quilted combat boots from Giuseppe Zanotti.
Quilted combat boots from Giuseppe Zanotti.

If you get cold feet, choose some great, warm quilted boots for the winter.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. 1460 ankle boots from Dr. Martens.
1460 ankle boots from Dr. Martens.

The amazing, infamous boots of all time. Dr. Martens are simply the most classic boots in this department. Go for a different colour than black, because everybody wears them.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Rockoko combat boots from Fendi.
Rockoko combat boots from Fendi.

And if the punk rock style is not enough for you, Fendi gives it a bit more edge with this unique piece.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Cheetah-print combat boots from Off-White.
Cheetah-print combat boots from Off-White.

The coolest streetwear in town has some cheetah-print boots with lightning bolts coming out. If extreme is your thing, Off-White is just the brand for you.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Knee-high lace-up combat boots from Dolce & Gabbana.
Knee-high lace-up combat boots from Dolce & Gabbana.

For the tallest among us, Dolce & Gabbana goes for a knee-high boot, amazing to wear with skirts and dresses.

Combat Boots: These Are The Ones We Recommend. Tornado Grey Snake from Steve Madden.
Tornado Grey Snake from Steve Madden.

Let’s end this right with Steve Madden for the win, with a tornado of grey snake print boots.

Keep reading about 2020 boot trends and our take on white boots.

The Boots That Will Fit Perfectly With Your Autumn Jeans

White Boots: Yay or nay?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *