How Do I Choose the Best Men's Buckle Boots?

Mark Wollacott
Mark Wollacott
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Man with hands on his hips

The best men’s buckle boots are tough, comfortable, perform their function without slicing your toes off and do not cost a lot. If you do your research and keep to your budget, chances are you will also find a pair that look very stylish too. Doing good research may also save you from the dreaded idea of shopping around and trying a number of shops in the process.

Consider the color, style and size of your boots. If you have worn men’s buckle boots before, think about the brand you used. If you liked the pair you got before, they were good value for the money and you can find them again, then maybe the best men’s buckle boots for you are another pair of the same brand.

Research the types of boots that are available. Make a note of any that look good and whose prices are within your budget. Ask friends, colleagues and relatives what they think of their men’s buckle boots and which ones they would recommend.

When you visit a shop in town to look at the men’s buckle boots you have been eying online, try them on. Put the boots on both feet, adjust any laces and buckles as if you were wearing them properly for walking or using the motor bike and walk around the shop. If the boots pinch any part of your foot, are too tight or, conversely, too slack, try a different size.

It is possible that you will not find the right boots first time out. Remember that different brands have different dimensions than others, so with some brands, your feet will be the wrong size or a size too big or small, but they might be perfect in another brand. While looks are one thing, it is vitally important that the boots are comfortable. While in the store, also ask for advice on caring for the boots and for their guarantee or refund program.

When shopping online, you obviously cannot try the boots on first, unless you try them on in store then go online to purchase a cheaper version in the same size. With Internet purchases, make sure you keep a receipt and/or invoice of your purchase and check the return policy. If you try the boots on, walk around the house in them, and they do not fit, then send them back.

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