How to wear boots in the summer

It may seem like a crazy notion, but wearing boots in the summer is quickly becoming the trend to follow. If you’re still scratching your head and wondering how you can make it work, let’s look at it in a practical way – boots are made using hardwearing materials that are perfect for summer festivals, walks or day trips with the family. A simple leather pair can be worn with anything, especially denim, chino and cargo style pants, in fact, throwing boots on with pair of knee length shorts can instantly give you a rugged look that’s perfect for hot summer days.

We’ve picked out our favourite casual boots for summer wear.

Sanders Hi-Top Green Chukka Boot

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Chukka boots are perfect for the summer and can be worn barefoot or with trainer socks to create a laid back summer look. With a dark green suede covering and hard wearing sole, these boots are perfect for throwing on for summer nights in the beer garden.

Timberland 6-Inch Wheat Premium Boots

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Timberland are one of the biggest names in boots and it’s no surprise that we think their classic boot is perfect all year round. Whether you’re heading to a festival or planning summer days trekking through the country, Timberland have created boots that are (excuse the pun) made for walking.

Clarks Originals Desert Boot

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Desert boots are perfect for those looking for casual style. This lace up pair by Clarks are perfect for wearing with jeans, or even longer shorts for a stylish summer look. With a cushioned insole and solid rubber sole, this is a hard wearing pair that will see you through the season.

Dr.Martens Arthur Tan Boot

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Finally, we couldn’t create a list about men’s boots without mentioning he might Dr.Marten. There’s a reason why these boots have stayed in style over the decades and we think pairing their classic lace ups with shorts is a look that won’t go out of fashion. Think festival style mixed with 90’s grunge, it’s a classic!

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