The 5 Best Tall Boots for Women on Amazon
If there’s one reason to love cool weather, it’s boots. They’re easy, comfortable and make any outfit look more stylish in five seconds flat. The only problem: There are endless styles to choose from. That’s why we scoured the Internet for the best knee-high boots at every price point. Here are five of our favorites.
Editors’ Pick: FRYE Women's Melissa Button Boot
- Equestrian-inspired, classic design
- Pull-on style
- Cushioned leather insole provides all-day comfort
If you’ve ever owned a pair of Frye boots, you know how high the quality is. They’re made to last, and people often own them for years. One shopping-obsessed PureWow editor puts it into perspective, “I had a pair of Frye boots that I loved to pieces—literally. I wore them all through college, had them resoled and wore them for another four years before I retired them to the back of my closet. Now I’m asking for this pair for the holidays. I’ll look forward to having them in my shoe rotation for at least five more years.”
Best Value: TOETOS Women's Fashion Knee High Riding Boots
- Side zipper closure for easy slip on/off
- Faux-leather outer and faux-fur lining
- Round toe silhouette with low one-inch heel
Buying new fall boots shouldn’t put you in debt. And this inexpensive yet luxe-looking pair is all the proof you need. They feature a universally flattering round toe silhouette and an easy, walkable one-inch heel. Meaning you can wear them all day long without a second thought. When it comes time to take them off, they don’t require an extra set of hands to tug off—the side zipper makes your feet slide right out with basically zero effort.
Splurge-Worthy: Loeffler Randall Women's Sarina-ks Fashion Boot
- Stretch suede upper for a snug fit
- Three-inch wrapped block heel
- Pull-on style
When you want to up the luxe factor, suede always wins. The buttery-soft brushed leather on these Loeffler Randall boots is well worth the higher price tag, because it will only get better with wear. The classic silhouette and three-inch block heel mean you can wear them with a skirt for work and on the weekend with skinny jeans. And once you realize how many outfits you can style them with, the cost-per-wear proves that they’ll basically pay for themselves over time.
Customer Favorite: Sam Edelman Women's Penny Riding Boot
- Stacked one-inch heel
- Back-zip closure with snap tap at shaft
- Lightly cushioned footbed
If you love the look of the Frye Melissa Button Boots but aren’t ready to commit to them just yet, these Sam Edelman boots are the perfect swap. They’re slightly less expensive, yet have stellar reviews across the board—all 891 praising them for their comfort, style and super-luxe leather. What’s more, they have a back zipper that makes it simple to step in and out without your jeans bunching up in the process.
Runner Up: London Fog Women’s Irie Riding Boot
- Two-inch block heel
- Functional inside zipper
- Pull tabs for easy on/off
If you love the look of a heel but don’t want to sacrifice comfort, these two-inch block-heeled boots are about to become your new go-tos. Beyond the fact that they’re minimal and understated in the best way possible, they’re also credited as being “surprisingly comfy.” Plus, people claim that they’re roomier in the calf than other boots, which allows for thicker socks during the colder months and a better fit with jeans.