As promised, the second installment of Best Comfortable Boots for Fall 2010.
1. Best affordable boot with sass--Rocket Dog Slinger: The upper may be man-made, but that's what keeps the price down on these popular boots by Rocket Dog. Read the Zappos reviews for yourself, nary a negative comment. $69.95
2. Best stretch boot for hard-to-fit feet and calves-- Munro American Samantha: Available in AAAA to EE widths, sizes 4-14! Faux suede upper stretches to accommodate narrow to wide calves. Munro dares you to find a foot they can't fit comfortably. $241
3. Best snow boots--Sorel: A reason to love snow again. My favorite styles include the Sorel Tivoli 2010, Sorel Tivoli Slip (no laces, easy on the hands), and the Sorel 1964 Pac Graphic.
4. Best dress boot for wide calves-- Fitzwell Wilma: 17" circumference for those cheerleader calves. If your foot tends to be wide too, you'll be happy to know that the Wilma comes in wide and extra-wide widths. Available in sizes 4-13. If your size isn't available, check out the other wide-calf styles by Fitzwell. $161-179
5. Best adjustable calf boot that comes in widths--Timberland Earthkeepers Bethel Buckle: A quality-made, riding boot with an adjustable calf feature. Comes in wide widths. $194
6. Best dressy ankle boot that comes in narrow to wide widths-- Sofft Orlena: Sofft has a magical way of making high heels manageable and all-day comfortable. Yes, they're cushioned in all the right places, but there's something about the construction that makes this three-inch heel better than the rest. Reviewed by fifty customers, ninety percent awarding it 4-5 stars for comfort. I realize this style came out last season, but there's still many sizes and widths available. $150